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68 Possible Causes for Flaccid Paralysis, Tongue Atrophy, Tongue Paralysis

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    […] muscle contour, or tongue atrophy excess saliva difficulty breathing The corticospinal tract is a part of the brain made up of nerve fibers.[] […] in children, called acute flaccid myelitis.[] […] anomalies (atrophy or hypertrophy) and tongue coating were determined for each patient.[]

  • Syringobulbia

    Symptoms & Signs Some symptoms include vocal chord paralysis, tongue atrophy, tongue fibrillation, speaking difficulty & vertigo.[] Symptoms include dissociated sensory loss , presenting as a cape-like distribution of decreased sensitivity to pain and temperature, and flaccid atrophic paralysis in the[] atrophy * Tongue fibrillation * Speaking difficulty * Vertigo * Rapid involuntary eye movements * Absence of sweating on affected side of face * Flushing on affected side[]

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    It often begins on one side of the body, and ultimately leads to paralysis.[] […] or atrophies.[] We report a 13-year-old Hispanic boy with rapidly progressive weakness, muscle atrophy, tremor, and tongue fasciculation, along with upper motor neuron findings of hyperactive[]

  • Progressive Bulbar Palsy

    Symptoms muscle weakness (especially pharyngeal, facial and masticatory muscles) loss of speech emotial lability – rapid alternation of laughing and crying tongue muscle atrophy[] paralysis of the voluntary muscles. periodic paralysis 1. any of various diseases characterized by episodic flaccid paralysis or muscular weakness. progressive bulbar paralysis[] Symptoms include pharyngeal muscle weakness (involved with swallowing), weak jaw and facial muscles, progressive loss of speech, and tongue muscle atrophy.[]

  • Paralysis

    No or minimal tongue atrophy occurred on the side of the anastomosis.[] This case report highlights the importance of considering hypokalemia and renal tubular acidosis in the differential diagnosis of acute flaccid paralysis and proximal myopathy[] Paralysis rapidly develops from the lower to the upper extremities and, if the tick is not removed, is followed by tongue and facial paralysis.[]

  • Foix-Chavany-Marie Syndrome

    The neurological examination revealed anarthria, central facial diplegia, dysphagia, and paralysis of tongue and jaw movements. She could, however, yawn and laugh.[] Synonym(s): subacute necrotizing myelitis Foix-Alajouanine syndrome - thrombophlebitis of spinal veins resulting in a subacute ascending painful flaccid paralysis from necrotic[] No tongue atrophy, fibrillation, or deviation was observed. The taste sensation was unremarkable. Spontaneous smiling and yawning were preserved.[]

  • Cranial Neuropathy

    We also found some rare cranial neuropathies, like involvement of vestibulocochlear in one patient, ophthalmoplegia in four and tongue paralysis in six patients.[] Atrophy and fasciculation of tongue Intramedullary lesions (eg, motor neuron disease, tumors) Lesions of the basal meninges or occipital bones (eg, platybasia, Paget disease[] . · Hypoglossal (twelfth) Paralysis of one side of the tongue; deviation of tongue toward paralyzed side; thick speech.[]

  • Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere Syndrome

    atrophy ; Tongue fasciculations ; Vocal cord paralysis ; Weak voice Associated Genes SLC52A3 (Withdrawn symbols: C20orf54, RFVT3, bA371L19.1, hRFT2 ) Mouse Orthologs Slc52a3[] Seite 204 - AK (1993) Acute motor axonal neuropathy: A frequent cause of acute flaccid paralysis in China. Ann Neurol 33:333-342. ‎[] Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere Syndrome We report on a 42-year old woman with Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere syndrome presenting with progressive bulbar paralysis with dysarthria, tongue[]

  • Tapia's Syndrome

    Tapia syndrome - unilateral paralysis of the larynx, velum palati, and tongue, with atrophy of the latter.[] Miyyar's syndrome — Gyublera (defeat of a kernel or fibers VII of a nerve and a pyramidal way): a flaccid paralysis of mimic muscles on the party of defeat and the central[] The eponym "Tapia's syndrome" indicates an associated unilateral vocal cord and tongue paralysis secondary to a peripheral involvement of the recurrent laryngeal branch and[]

  • Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy

    Abstract The authors report two patients with isolated unilateral tongue atrophy.[] Peripheral lesions will cause ipsilateral paresis, atrophy and a flaccid paralysis with deviation towards the side of the lesion.[] A 75-year-old man presented with tongue paralysis without any other cranial nerve palsy.[]

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