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35 Possible Causes for Fine Motor Coordination Problems, Pain, Progressive Memory Impairment

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    Before diagnosis, there was a progressively increasing onset of multiple symptoms that included attention span impairments, executive dysfunction, sensory hyperacusis, memory[] Cranial paresis and other neurologic signs usually occur after the onset of pain.[] As the combination of neuropathic pain and arthralgia, the transient erythema and the lymphomononuclear pleocytosis raised the suspicion of Lyme neuroborreliosis, the patient[]

  • Subacute Combined Degeneration of Spinal Cord

    He had been losing the flavor of foods and, in the last month, he presented severe fatigue and rapidly progressive cognitive impairment with memory problems, with episodes[] Brain 123:601-619 BoddekeEW (2001) Involvement of chemokines in pain. ‏[] Clinically the classical triad is: extensor plantars (UMN) absent knee jerks (LMN) absent ankle jerks (LMN) Pain and temperature sensation are preserved as the spinothalamic[]

  • Dementia

    As dementia progresses, memory loss and cognitive impairment broaden in scope until the individual can no longer remember basic social and survival skills or function independently[] Pain in older persons: Progress in pain research and management. Seattle : IASP Press.[] It may progress to severe memory loss, confusion, hallucinations, delusions, tremors, impaired speech, motor dysfunction and difficulty in eating.[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    As the disease progresses, muscle spasms and problems with balance and walking may develop. Memory impairment, tremors, confusion, depression or paranoia may also occur.[] The tongue may be painful and beefy red. Occasionally, red patches are observed on the edges of the dorsum of the tongue.[] A 60-year-old Indian man presented with epigastric pain, diarrhea and vomiting.[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Cognitive impairment affecting executive functions such as attention, recognition, working memory, and problem solving may also appear in the pre-motor phase and progressively[] Finally, SCS was performed for the pain relief. The pain disappeared immediately after SCS and her posture then gradually improved.[] […] neurologic disease that results in the irreversible loss of neurons, particularly in the cortex and hippocampus. 5 The clinical hallmarks are progressive impairment in memory[]

  • Alcohol Dementia

    Allowing someone with Alzheimer’s to drink too much can cause further memory impairment and speed up the progression of their disease.[] Coupled with anti-depressants and narcotic pain relievers, she was dopey and unsteady on her feet.[] […] never progress to dementia or any other mental impairment.[]

  • Multi-Infarct Dementia

    During the 2 years before admission, he had suffered from insomnia, depressed mood and progressive memory disturbance.[] […] or neck pain?[] It is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease characterized by memory loss, language deterioration, impaired visuospatial skills, poor judgment, and indifferent attitude.[]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    Memory disturbances are dominated by impaired recall of learned information, and like motor slowness the slowness of recall can be improved by external cues [15].[] These symptoms may include numbness and tingling, pain, changes in vision, difficulties with speech, or problems with balance.[] pain (M79.6-) lumbar region pain (M54.57) painful urination (R30.9) pelvic and perineal pain (R10.2) shoulder pain (M25.51-) spine pain (M54.-) throat pain (R07.0) tongue[]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    Although FRDA is most readily linked to motor and sensory dysfunctions, reported impairments in working memory and executive functions indicate that abnormalities may also[] For people who are still walking, these conditions can cause painful blisters and calluses.[] Although muscle wasting isn’t painful, the resultant weakness can cause cramping, stiffness, joint deformities, chronic aches and pain, and sometimes the tightening and freezing[]

  • Alcoholic Cerebellar Degeneration

    (poor attention, memory impairment) (66%) and cerebellar ataxia (56%)), chronic intractable diarrhea (since childhood) (50%) and bilateral Achilles tendon xanthomas (41%)[] [ edit ] Painful dysesthesias caused by alcoholic polyneuropathy can be treated by using gabapentin or amitriptyline in combination with over-the-counter pain medications[] Cerebellar ataxia is also distinguishable from abnormal walking due to pain and/or muscle or orthopedic abnormalities in the hips, legs, or feet.[]

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