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92 Possible Causes for Generalized Motor Seizure, Hiccup, Hypothermia

  • Hyponatremia

    […] phenomena. [15] In a complex partial seizure a person may appear confused or dazed and can not respond to questions or direction.[] […] also in other neuropsychiatric disorders (such as dementia and autism), symptomatic treatment of acute confusional symptoms and other conditions not psychiatric (nausea, hiccups[] However, he returned with hypothermia, hyponatremia, and status epilepticus resulting in intubation.[]

  • Ethanol

    THRESHOLD BEHAVIORAL: SOMNOLENCE (GENERAL DEPRESSED ACTIVITY) BEHAVIORAL: CHANGES IN MOTOR ACTIVITY (SPECIFIC ASSAY) Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology.[] Despite her markedly elevated blood alcohol level, she had an unexpectedly mild clinical course, exhibiting subtle neurologic symptoms but no hypothermia, hypoglycemia, or[] Complications of alcohol poisoning can include hypothermia, hypoglycemia, seizures, coma, and death.[]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    Focal motor or sensory deficits, including gait disturbance Suspicious headache Signs of elevated ICP (eg, papilledema) Generally, CT is the imaging modality of choice for[] […] metabolic panel Obtain neuroimaging studies in patients with symptoms suggestive of an intracranial neoplasm, such as the following: Acute mental status changes New-onset seizures[]

  • Central Nervous System Disorder

    Petit Mal Seizure : generalized seizure that manifests in a form of a brief episode of impairment of consciousness with or without accompanying motor phenomena.[] (Kolb, 112) Grand Mal Seizure : a generalized seizure disorder characterized by recurrent major motor seizures. (MeSH) A seizure resulting in lack of "consciousness."[] (OxfordMed) Also referred to as 'major seizure' and 'tonic-clonic' seizure.[]

  • Uremia

    Usually the seizures caused by uncomplicated uremia are generalized, but focal motor seizures and epilepsia partialis continua occur 11.[] Other associated symptoms and signs can include low urine output, confusion, hiccups, and high blood pressure.[] […] atherosclerosis and coronary calcification, Volume overload, Pericardial effusions and pericarditis -Pulm - pulmonary edema due to volume overload -GI - nausea/vomiting, anorexia, hiccups[]

  • Tricyclic Antidepressant Overdose

    […] visual changes Diminished sex drive Inflamed tongue Jaundice Hair loss Joint pain, muscle aches, back pain Abdominal pain Palpitations, irregular heartbeat Fever, chills Rash Hiccups[] […] pneumonitis CNS: Seizures, CNS depression, drowsiness, coma, extra pyramidal effects GI/GU: Decreased or absent bowel sounds, urinary retention OTHER: Metabolic acidosis, hyper-/hypothermia[] […] headache (including migraine headache), anxiety, insomnia, smoking cessation, bulimia nervosa, irritable bowel syndrome, narcolepsy, pathological crying or laughing, persistent hiccups[]

  • Leigh's Disease

    […] continuous crying, and seizures.[] Some patients had irregular breathing, deep sighing respiration, unexplained hyperventilation, or hiccups with lethargy and serious feeding problems lasting for a few days[] Symptoms begin in infancy and include poor sucking ability, the loss of head control and motor skills, loss of appetite, vomiting, irritability, continuous crying, and seizures[]

  • Brain Abscess

    In addition, there are few reports of lesions of the basal ganglia causing intractable hiccups. Aspiration and medical therapy resulted in resolution of the hiccups.[] The patient's hiccups improved after surgical aspiration and medical management.[] A comprehensive literature review confirmed brain abscess as a rare cause of intractable hiccups.[]

  • Water Intoxication

    Metabolic disturbances have not reoccurred despite persistent hiccup and potomania during 2 years of urea therapy.[] This article reports a case of a 3-month-old male presenting with hyponatremic seizure and hypothermia. The presence of marijuana in the infant's urine was remarkable.[] Physical signs and symptoms can be manifested as difficulty breathing during exertion, muscle weakness and pain, twitching, cramping, dilated pupils, cyanosis, hypothermia[]

  • Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia

    Seizures, hypotonia, lethargy, and hiccups are the principal symptoms, and many neonates/infants rapidly progress to coma.[] Hypothermia may lead to burst suppression on EEG creating a finding similarly found in glycine encephalopathy. What caused this disease to develop at this time?[] A neonate with nonketotic hyperglycinemia who experienced apnea, hiccups and tonic-clonic seizures on the first day of life is reported.[]

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