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590 Possible Causes for Hand Tremor, Jaundice, Seizure

  • Wilson Disease

    We report a 16-year-old female who presented with fatigue, dizziness, and new onset jaundice.[] tremors stiffness and reduced movement of the extremities the movement of the body is jerky, slow and difficult to control speech difficulties personality changes symptoms[] His WD was in a state of remission when he developed the seizure disorder. On endoscopic cyst fenestration, he was relieved of the seizure.[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    Investigations General assessment FBC and differential (assess the degree of pancytopenia); LFTs (minor elevations of liver enzymes are common but jaundice is a poor prognostic[] Thirty-eight patients (60%) experienced a fine hand tremor and two a reversible peripheral neuropathy.[] Patients with this type may present at birth or during infancy with increased tone, seizures, strabismus, and organomegaly.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Jaundice lessens as liver function improves.[] A dependent drinker usually experiences physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms if they suddenly cut down or stop drinking, including: hand tremors – "the shakes" sweating[] Report of a case of SESA syndrome: a rare CNS complication of chronic alcoholism, known since 1981 and characterized by epileptic seizures, multiple and reversible neurological[]

  • Thallium Poisoning

    Hepatic failure or jaundice occurs in extreme cases. Alopecia, a hallmark of thallium poisoning, occurs 7-12 days after other symptoms begin.[] […] of the hands, and psychiatric abnormalities.[] Convulsions or seizures are occasionally seen. Liver and kidney damage often occur.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    The clinical spectrum of leptospirosis may be mild and self-limited or severe with jaundice, renal failure, and bleeding manifestations (icterohaemorrhagic leptospirosis,[] A dependent drinker usually experiences physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms if they suddenly cut down or stop drinking, including: hand tremors – "the shakes" sweating[] Heavy drinkers may experience tremors, panic attacks, confusion, hallucinations, and seizures.[]

  • Gamma Hydroxybutyrate

    Typical absence seizures (ASs) are nonconvulsive epileptic events which are commonly observed in pediatric and juvenile epilepsies and may be present in adults suffering from[] Adverse effects of GHB may include prolonged abuse, seizure activity and a withdrawal syndrome.[] Poisoning can produce seizures and coma. Acute poisonings from GHB have primarily been reported on the West coast and the Southeast.[]

  • Lobelia

    Catarrhal jaundice ( Chionanth ). Head.-- Vertigo, and fear of death.[] SEIZURES “My little girl began having daily seizures at 15 months old after immunization shots. When she was 4 years old I decided to try herbs.[] The anticonvulsant properties of lobeline were found to be effective in increasing GABA, which helps offset seizures. 9 How Do You Use Lobelia?[]

  • Chlordane Poisoning

    These changes can result in agitation, confusion, and seizures. Cardiac effects have been attributed to sensitization of the myocardium to circulating catecholamines.[] Elsewhere we learn she is a manic-depressive who has been treated with lithium, has a seizure disorder and is a recovered drug addict.[] Chlordane exposure in humans was linked to headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, involuntary muscle movements, tremors and seizures.[]

  • Stimulant

    Jaundice (turning yellow) is mentioned in a warning on the medication, but is extremely rare. Taking atomoxetine with food can help avoid nausea and stomachaches.[] Other effects include increased urine production, higher blood sugar levels, hand tremors, loss of coordination, decreased appetite, and delayed sleep.[] The frequency of substances in the biological samples corresponded to their seizure rate.[]

  • DDT Exposure

    Thompson RPH, Stathers GM, Pilcher CWT, McLean AEM, Robinson J, Williams R (1969) Treatment of unconjugated jaundice with dicophane.[] MDAC should be used with caution because patients are at increased risk for seizures [22] and consequent aspiration.[] Seizures may begin without any prodromal signs or symptoms. If the patient is paralyzed after intubation, electroencephalographic monitoring is warranted.[]

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