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41 Possible Causes for Formication, MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal, Vertigo

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    Other symptoms that may be treated with drugs include seizures, vertigo, and tremor.[] Common symptoms of an MS relapse or attack include new numbness, tingling, or weakness in an area of the body, painful loss of vision, vertigo, double vision, and sometimes[] Others may experience vertigo, a sensation that they’re spinning and losing their balance.[]

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    A few days later, he experienced mild vertigo, double vision, and headache.[] Bright lights and rapid movements still brought on a feeling of vertigo.[] 7 (5.5–8) 4 (3–5) 4 (3–5) 3.5 (2.5–6) 6 (4–7) Fever Present b 19.5 (11.3–30.1) 2.6 (0.3–9.1) 0 (0–4.7) 0 (0–4.8) 0 (0–4.8) Intensity d 37.8 (37.5–38.3) 37.3 (37.2–37.5) Vertigo[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    A 37-year old male presented with vertigo, paranoia, and tremor and had MRI changes suggestive of demyelinating disease.[] […] both with neurological symptoms from the sacral segments, such as weakness of the pelvic floor and bladder and bowel dysfunction, and to other symptoms such as ataxia and vertigo[] Vertigo, incoordination and other cerebellar problems, depression, emotional lability, abnormalities in gait, dysarthria, fatigue and pain are also commonly seen.[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Formic acid pretreatment enhances immunostaining of cerebral and systemic amyloids. Lab Invest. 1987; 57 :230–6. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] Klunk WE.[] Figures and Tables - Analysis 1.51 Comparison 1 Cholinesterase inhibitor (optimum dose) vs placebo, Outcome 51 Number who suffered at least one adverse event of vertigo before[] Neurol , 1985 , vol. 42 (pg. 1097 - 105 ) Detection and quantification of β-peptide with two monoclonal antibodies , Neurosci Res Commun , 1990 , vol. 7 (pg. 113 - 22 ) Formic[]

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    In his account, Strieber exhibits various symptoms of TLE: jamais vu (the feeling of never having been in what should be a familiar place — the opposite of deja vu); formication[] Temporal lobe seizures are often accompanied by strange sensations, sweating, flushing, vertigo, epigastric sensations, taste, and hearing of sounds or melodies, nausea, hallucinations[] CT and MRI scans reveal structural abnormalities of the brain such as tumors and cysts, which may cause seizures.[]

  • Fabry Disease

    Whole spinal columns were fixed in 10% neutral buffered formalin and subsequently decalcified using buffered formic acid for 5–7 days.[] The most frequent manifestations in female patients were fatigue and cornea verticillata (50%), and tinnitus, vertigo and angiokeratoma (25%).[] MRI and CT Scanning Brain MRI or computed tomography (CT) scans should be obtained to visualize the site and extent of infarction.[]

  • Neurocysticercosis

    […] cortex (c) Sixteen months after the original presentation, the patient was re-admitted to Beijing Tiantan hospital after a generalized tonic-clonic seizure and reporting formication[] A 43-year-old man presented with a 3 month history of headache, vertigo and swaying while walking.[] After two years had vertigo and “absences.” The character changed, and he became strong and irritable.[]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    Three days prior to the current admission, the patient started having formication along with visual and auditory hallucinations.[] Patient 2, a 46-year-old man with an untreated hypertension, presented with extremely high blood pressure and general fatigue, vertigo, and mild dysarthria as the initial[] CT and MRI scans of the brain showed widespread abnormalities including significant pontine oedema, basal ganglia and corona radiata infarctions and cerebellar white matter[]

  • Lead Encephalopathy

    Two days later hallucinations, formication and a movement disorder emerged characterized by action tremor, myoclonus, chorea and ataxia.[] […] to the canvas with his fingers, which Montes-Santiago argues is one reason he experienced problems like constipation, trembling hands, weakness of the limbs, blindness, vertigo[] scans (brain swelling, anatomical abnormalities, or infections) Doppler ultrasound (abnormal blood flow to tissues or abscesses) Encephalogram or EEG (brain damage or abnormal[]

  • Acidosis

    […] arbonic anhydrase inhibitors A A ddisons (Type 4 RTA) R R enal tubular acidosis types 1, 2, and 4 P P ancreatic fistula Increased anion gap metabolic acidosis M M ethanol (formic[] Tinnitus or vertigo may occur with salicylate poisoning.[] MRI may disclose abnormalities that are not observed on CT scanning, particularly in the brainstem.[]

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