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221 Possible Causes for Expressive Aphasia, Vertigo

  • Stroke

    To quickly assess for expressive aphasia, ask the patient to name common objects, such as a pen, a watch, or a key.[] We present a case of a previously healthy 36-year-old man who presented with vertigo and vomiting. MRI showed posterior circulation territory infarction.[] Symptoms include: Vertigo, like the room is spinning. Imbalance One sided arm or leg weakness.[]

  • Lateral Medullary Syndrome

    aphasia Aboulia parietal lobe : Receptive aphasia Hemispatial neglect Gerstmann syndrome Astereognosis occipital lobe : Bálint's syndrome Cortical blindness Pure alexia temporal[] Gait ataxia (88%), vertigo/dizziness (91%), nausea/vomiting (73%), dysphagia (61%), hoarseness (55%), Horner sign (73%), and facial (85%) and hemibody (94%) sensory changes[] Acalculia Finger agnosia Right-left disorentation Contralateral weakness Contralateral sensory loss Contralateral hemineglect Contralateral homonymous hemianopia Global aphasia[]

  • Hemiplegic Migraine

    aphasia and right sensorimotor hemiplegia), lasting for more than 10 days.[] Hemiplegic migraine symptoms include temporary paralysis down one side of the body, vertigo or difficulty walking, double vision or blindness, hearing impairment and numbness[] Searchable terms included basilar migraine, vertigo, dysarthria, diplopia, hemiplegia/hemiparesis, facial droop, weakness, confusion, altered consciousness, confusion, ataxia[]

  • Brain Concussion

    Speech and Language Speech and language effects: Receptive Aphasia — which involves difficulty understanding the spoken word Expressive Aphasia — in which the patient knows[] […] more complicated than diagnosing it in adults, since a child may not be capable of articulating the more subjective symptoms of a concussion, such as feeling “in a fog” or vertigo[] […] chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the degenerative brain disease, believed to be caused by repetitive head trauma, that results in ailments such as depression, dementia, vertigo[]

  • Confusion

    To our knowledge, no previous report has described an association of expressive aphasia with CVR from a DCCF.[] . — Tony Dajer, Discover Magazine , "Vertigo, Panic and Trouble Breathing: What's Going On Here?[] We report a patient who presented with confusion and expressive aphasia at the onset of a cortical venous reflux (CVR) related to a known dural carotid-cavernous fistula ([]

  • Locked-in Syndrome

    aphasia Aboulia parietal lobe : Receptive aphasia Hemispatial neglect Gerstmann syndrome Astereognosis occipital lobe : Bálint's syndrome Cortical blindness Pure alexia temporal[] They are often turned away from A & E with ‘a migraine’ or ‘stress’ or ‘vertigo’ or and then re-admitted with far worse life threatening, a poor prognosis & hugely costly[] Some of the common symptoms of a basilar artery stroke include the following: Balance difficulty Vertigo Double vision or loss of vision Loss of coordination Swallowing difficulty[]

  • Hyperostosis Frontalis Interna

    Several hours later, the patient experienced an expressive aphasia.[] Additional features for this condition include fatigability, vertigo, hypertrichosis, and acromegaly.[] […] bones, structurally compromising the hypophysis–causing dysmenorrhea, virilism, hirsutism, diabetes insipidus, and glucose intolerance, and cranial nerve foramina–causing vertigo[]

  • Seizure

    We present a case of a 53-year-old woman who initially presented with episodes of expressive aphasia and was treated with antiepileptic drugs (AEDs).[] FYCOMPA may cause other serious side effects, including: Dizziness, vertigo (sense of spinning), and problems walking normally.[] […] whites of the eyes; or dark urine The most common side effects of FYCOMPA include: dizziness; sleepiness; tiredness; irritability; falls; nausea and vomiting; weight gain; vertigo[]

  • Cerebral Angiography

    On postoperative day 2, the patient was noted to have an expressive aphasia.[] A 44-year-old man underwent posterior circulation cerebral angiography for the investigation of episodic vertigo.[] Vertigo and headaches are not always reported while some authors consider these as neurological complications whereas others consider these as systemic complications [ 1 ][]

  • Arachnoid Cyst

    After removing the valve, the pseudomeningocele and (to our surprise) her severe expressive aphasia and tremors were completely resolved.[] We present a case of a 71-year-old male patient with progressive vertigo who had previous brain magnetic resonance imaging studies without abnormalities.[] Case report A 66-year old man presented to our emergency department suffering from vertigo.[]

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