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14 Possible Causes for Flat Affect, Limb Joint Contracture, Rhythmic Slowing

  • Stroke

    […] disuse of the limb with the use of splints or other tools to stabilize the joint.[en.wikipedia.org] Rhythmic slow discharges in the electroencephalogram. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1945;8:65. [ Links ] 19. Faure J, Droogleever-Fortuyn, Gastaut H.[scielo.br] […] lip swelling or ulceration • Rhinoscleroma initially affects the nasal mucosa but may spread slowly to the upper lip, producing plaques or nodules with sunken centres. •[slideshare.net]

  • Early Infantile Epileptic Encephalopathy Type 2

    […] stiffness Smooth philtrum Talipes Ventricular hypertrophy Limb undergrowth Small nail Joint contracture of the hand Cardiomegaly Thickened skin Short long bone Splenomegaly[mendelian.co] By increasing recording sensitivity, we detected focal epileptiform discharges of slow rhythmic sharp and slow waves building to 30 microV during suppression periods.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The classic EEG presentation observed in affected individuals is a suppression-burst pattern consisting of alternating medium-high voltage bursts followed by flat suppression[invitae.com]

  • Cerebral Palsy with Spastic Diplegia

    […] problems Complete or partial hearing loss Problems with joints (contractures, hip forced out of socket) Medical History and Physical Examination Give the doctor your child's[orthoinfo.aaos.org] .  Posture Poor posture in all types of CP Kypho-Scoliosis, knock knee & flexiondeformity & inverted flat foot arecommonly seen 80.  Balance & gait Compromised static &[slideshare.net] Patients also may have abrupt, irregular, jerky movements (chorea), a combination (choreoathetosis), or slow rhythmic movements with muscle tone abnormalities and abnormal[healthcommunities.com]

  • Generalized Myotonia of Thomsen

    The key features consist of familial myopathies associated with neck extensor and limb joint contractures (elbow, heel), humeropelvic-predominant weakness, cardiomyopathy,[neuroweb.us] affect, alogia, anhedonia, and asociality ...[liquisearch.com] Dysarthria (slowness and slurring of speech) develops, and the person is easily fatigued. Rapid, rhythmic, involuntary movements of the eyeball (Nystagmus) is common.[puneataxiasupport.wordpress.com]

  • Hemimelia

    Extreme caution should be used in stretching any joints in the congenital limb-deficient child.[oandplibrary.org] The distal tibial physis is more affected then the proximal tibial physis, with the former being often wedge shaped.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The PNF techniques of repeated contractions, slow reversal, slow reversal-hold, rhythmic stabilization, hold-relax, or slow reversal-hold-relax, as described by Knott and[oandplibrary.org]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    May appear uncontrolled or without purpose - skeletal deformities: if unilateral may have shortened limbs on affected side - Joint contractures: severe stiffining of joints[flashcardmachine.com] ); [Spine]; Scoliosis; [Feet]; Flat feet; Lateral deviation of great toe NEUROLOGIC: [Central nervous system]; Neonatal hypotonia; Hypotonia, proximal, severe; Inability to[findzebra.com] Movements flow from one to another but are not repetitive or rhythmic Sensation of restlessness causing patient to move frequently Slow, writhing movements that typically[quizlet.com]

  • Pallister W Syndrome

    contractures Hip dislocations Limb length discrepancies Growth Pattern Prenatal overgrowth – weight, length, and head circumference above 50th percentile Postnatal growth[onlinelibrary.wiley.com] […] hair, a flat occiput, hypertelorism, a short nose, a flat nasal bridge, and a short neck [ 8 , 9 ].[synapse.koreamed.org] Corresponding ictal EEG showed semi-rhythmic high-amplitude slow waves with spikes superimposed over the frontotemporal areas.[worldwidescience.org]

  • Hyperextensible Joints

    Abnormalities of muscles, including hypotonia and permanently bent joints (contractures), are among the characteristic signs of the musculocontractural and myopathic forms[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] aspects of life can be challenging for families affected by fragile X syndrome.[amo-pharma.com] The most common abnormal EEG findings are rhythmic theta activity, and slowing of background activity.[intellectualdisability.info]

  • Amniotic Band Syndrome

    […] defects (amputations, joint contractures {the joint does not move freely}, clubbing of feet/hands ) Constrictive bands (swelling of limb beyond the constriction); this can[chw.org] Appropriate counselling for affected families needs to be given after prenatal diagnosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] He leans back, then forward, over and over in a bobbing rhythm, elbows sharp and back stiff as if he is dancing in slow motion.[espn.com]

  • Amniotic Band

    […] defects (amputations, joint contractures {the joint does not move freely}, clubbing of feet/hands ) Constrictive bands (swelling of limb beyond the constriction); this can[chw.org] Acrania or absence of the flat skull bones with disorganised cerebral hemispheres have been reported in the presence of amniotic bands.[fn.bmj.com] He leans back, then forward, over and over in a bobbing rhythm, elbows sharp and back stiff as if he is dancing in slow motion.[espn.com]

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