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420 Possible Causes for Grunting, Seizure

  • Pneumonia

    ., during a seizure or while intoxicated) could vomit and then inhale stomach contents and bacteria into the lungs and develop pneumonia.[] Findings In this systematic review and meta-analysis, the presence of hypoxia and increased work of breathing (grunting, nasal flaring, and retractions) were associated with[] A depressed gag reflex, such as from alcohol intoxication, overdose, head injury, stroke or seizure increases the risk of aspiration pneumonia [3] .[]

  • Meningitis

    […] in babies and small children include: Fever, cold hands and feet Refusing food and vomiting Fretful, dislike being handled Drowsy, floppy, unresponsive Rapid breathing or grunting[] Clinical manifestations include fever; nuchal rigidity; photophobia; seizures; hearing loss, sensorineural; coma; and cerebrovascular thrombosis.[] Confusion, psychosis, and seizures also have been reported.[]

  • Influenza

    Neurologic conditions can include: Disorders of the brain and spinal cord Cerebral palsy Epilepsy (seizure disorders) Stroke Intellectual disability Moderate to severe developmental[] Danger signs for babies and young children Call a doctor if your baby or child’s breathing is fast or noisy or if they are wheezing or grunting.[] Abstract We present a case involving an 85-year-old man with acute confusion and new onset seizure following a 1-week history of respiratory prodrome.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Hearing problems Learning problems Seizures If your baby has a GBS infection, how is he treated? It’s important to try and prevent a newborn from getting GBS.[] […] newborn baby, the symptoms typically develop within the first few hours or days of life and usually include: Problems breathing – either too fast or too slow - and sometimes 'grunting[] Symptoms that a newborn baby may have include: being floppy and unresponsive poor feeding grunting when breathing irritability an unusually high or low temperature unusually[]

  • Facial Tic Disorder

    In rare cases, an EEG may be done to look for seizures , which can be the source of tics. Short-lived childhood tics are not treated.[] You may have an EEG, MRI, CAT scan, or blood tests to rule out other conditions, such as a seizure disorder. How are they treated?[] Tics may include: blinking eyes flaring nostrils raising eyebrows opening the mouth clicking the tongue clearing the throat grunting Transient tic disorder doesn’t usually[]

  • Tic Disorder

    […] absence seizures (multiplicity of seizure types).[] Tics that affect the muscles used to produce speech are known as vocal tics, and can range from grunts or whistles to the repetition of complete words or phrases.[] Tics can manifest as movement — like rapid, uncontrolled blinking of the eyes — or as sounds, like throat clearing or grunting.[]

  • Rolandic Epilepsy

    Therapy is often unnecessary and seizures spontaneously end at puberty.[] The seizures may consist of chewing and swallowing movements and grunting sounds and rarely generalize.[] Motor oropharyngolaryngeal symptoms produce strange sounds, such as death rattle, gargling, grunting and guttural sounds, and combinations: In his sleep, he was making guttural[]

  • Tics

    However, “focal or multifocal seizures without alteration of consciousness could be mistaken for tics – one example would be myoclonic seizures in which there is a sudden[] Tics that affect the muscles used to produce speech are known as vocal tics, and can range from grunts or whistles to the repetition of complete words or phrases.[] A tic may take the form of sounds, such as clearing the throat and, less frequently, grunting noises.[]

  • Focal Seizure

    Generalized seizures were very common. Eleven (15%) patients showed multiple focal seizure patterns.[] Patients experiencing a complex focal seizure may stare blankly into space, or experience automatisms (non-purposeful, repetitive movements such as lip smacking, blinking, grunting[] She makes a grunting sound, as if she's clearing her throat. Then she'll sit up in bed, open her eyes, and stare. She may clasp her hands together.[]

  • Status Epilepticus

    , withdrawal seizure, intra-hospital complications, functional outcome at 3 months, and mortality.[] Convulsions may involve jerking motions, grunting sounds, drooling, and rapid eye movements. Nonconvulsive status epilepticus.[] Patients with recurrent seizures should undergo head CT scan if they have a change in their seizure pattern (i.e. new type of seizure, increased frequency of seizures), significant[]

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