30 Possible Causes for Frozen Gait, Hypomimia

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  • Parkinson's Disease

    Eventually postural problems result in a stooped torso with a noticeable shuffling gait.[caregiver.org] Other clinical features include secondary motor symptoms (eg, hypomimia, dysarthria, dysphagia, sialorrhoea, micrographia, shuffling gait, festination, freezing, dystonia,[jnnp.bmj.com] This symptom often is initially attributed to arthritis or pain syndromes, and persons often seek medical attention for “frozen shoulder” symptoms or “tennis elbow” and other[caregiver.org]

  • Postencephalitic Parkinson Disease

    Symptoms and course Bradykinesia, rigidity, hypomimia, postural instability, gait disorders with falls and sialorrhea. Ophthalmoplegia and oculogyric crises.[alzheimer-europe.org] PARKINSON’S DISEASE Parkinson’s disease is characterized by a characteristic pill rolling tremor, bradykinesia, mask-like facies with a reduced blinking frequency (hypomimia[thebigl.co]

  • Parkinsonian Disorder

    Delayed postural reflexes refers to a delay in the normal righting responses that permit stance and gait.[dartmouth.edu] In addition to a general slowness of movement, the bradykinesia of Parkinson’s disease is typically demonstrated by a reduced or mask-like expression of the face (hypomimia[apdaparkinson.org] Most of these patients have early gait difficulty and there is often a significant dysarthria early in the course.[dartmouth.edu]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    Sense of smell is less likely to be affected than in sporadic PD. 31 Psychiatric co-morbidity and gait disturbance is common in PINK1 compared to Parkin (Table 1, Figure 1[acnr.co.uk] Hypomimia- “masked facies”,expressionless face, blinking Speech abnormalities- Hypophonia: soft voice Aprosody of speech: monotonous and lack of inflection Tachyphemia: do[slideplayer.com] The facial expression is markedly different from the hypomimia and masking of PD.[neupsykey.com]

  • Parkinson-Dementia Syndrome
  • Parkinson's Disease Type 3
  • Autosomal Recessive Spastic Paraplegia Type 49

    […] the ability to move; to reduce muscle tone; to maintain or improve range of motion and mobility; to increase strength and coordination; to prevent complications, such as frozen[en.wikipedia.org] This man developed progressive gait unsteadiness from the age of 27 years.[journals.plos.org] Hereditary spastic paraplegia ( HSP ) is a group of inherited diseases whose main feature is a progressive gait disorder.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Pallidopyramidal Syndrome

    Sense of smell is less likely to be affected than in sporadic PD. 31 Psychiatric co-morbidity and gait disturbance is common in PINK1 compared to Parkin (Table 1, Figure 1[acnr.co.uk] Pill-rolling tremor, hypomimia, hypophonia, stooping posture, striatal toes and equinovarous deformity may be noted.[neurologyindia.com] […] process without the development of cognitive impairment or anosmia. 27,31 Pathology is predominantly restricted to brainstem without Lewy bodies similar to that found in the “frozen[acnr.co.uk]

  • Phosphoglycerate Kinase Deficiency

    , on clozapine 100 mg/day and quetiapine 200 mg/day, he continued to have severe rigidity and bradykinesia on the right, required assistance to stand, and was completely frozen[movementdisorders.org] At age 26 (see Video, Segment 1), he had hypomimia, hypophonia, right-hand rest tremor, mild weakness in the right iliopsoas and hamstrings, and asymmetric, right predominant[movementdisorders.org] Progressively slower gait, stooped posture, and falls eventually required him to use assistance walking.[movementdisorders.org]

  • Friedreich Ataxia

    Information Clinical Significance: Detects GAA triplet repeat expansion in the Frataxin gene Typical Presentation: Neurodegenerative disorder characterized by progressive gait[athenadiagnostics.com] Specimen Type: Whole blood Specimen Stability: Room temperature: 10 days, Refrigerated: 10 days, Frozen: Unacceptable Specimen Requirements: 8 mL (6 mL minimum) whole blood[athenadiagnostics.com]

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