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448 Possible Causes for Hand Tremor, Lead Poisoning

  • Lead Poisoning

    A 54-year-old man was admitted to a general hospital 3 days after the exposure to TEL and complained of hand tremors, amnesia and disorientation.[] Lead poisoning is a condition, characterized by increased levels of lead in the body.[] Eye-hand coordination in essential tremor. Mov Disord. 2006; 21 :373–379. doi: 10.1002/mds.20729. [ PubMed ] [ CrossRef ] [ Google Scholar ] 64.[]

  • Lead Encephalopathy

    For example, alcohol-induced liver damage (alcoholic cirrhosis) can result in involuntary hand tremors (asterixis), while severe anoxia (lack of oxygen) may result in coma[] Lead is a poison that affects virtually every system in the body, and health experts believe that the consequences of lead poisoning are irreversible.[] Other local sources of lead poisoning are discussed.[]

  • Heavy Metal Poisoning

    Criminal poisoning with lead has been reported.[] Hand tremor induced by industrial exposure to inorganic mercury. Arch Environ Health. 1973 ; 26 : 249 – 252 Albers JW, Kallenbach LR, Fine LJ, et al.[] […] of the hands, and psychiatric abnormalities.[]

  • Lead Poisoning in Children

    Hence, the focus of lead poisoning in children is on prevention.[] Abstract The prevalence and severity of childhood lead poisoning have been greatly reduced since the removal of lead from paint and gasoline in the 1970s.[] Abstract Lead poisoning is receiving much attention and increased awareness lately owing to the tainted water supply crisis in Flint, Michigan.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    A dependent drinker usually experiences physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms if they suddenly cut down or stop drinking, including: hand tremors – "the shakes" sweating[] It can lead to physical dependency on alcohol, or alcoholism. Too much alcohol at one time also can lead to alcohol poisoning.[] Withdrawal symptoms can be physical and psychological Physical alcohol withdrawal symptoms include: hand tremors (‘the shakes’) sweating nausea visual hallucinations (seeing[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    A dependent drinker usually experiences physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms if they suddenly cut down or stop drinking, including: hand tremors – "the shakes" sweating[] Signs and symptoms include sweating, rapid heartbeat, hand tremors, problems sleeping, nausea and vomiting, hallucinations, restlessness and agitation, anxiety, and occasionally[] Increased hand tremor. Insomnia. Nausea or vomiting. Transient visual, tactile, or auditory hallucinations or illusions. Psychomotor agitation. Anxiety.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Chelation of iron can be performed with deferoxamine, which binds circulating iron from the bloodstream. ivy poisoning See: poison ivy dermatitis lead poisoning Poisoning[] There are other rarer causes of death, including poisoning by heavy metals (e.g., lead) introduced as contaminants in illicitly manufactured supplies of methamphetamine, and[] Lead and other chemical poisoning from exposure to chemicals used in drug production.[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    […] ratings of the two hands results in the lowest tremor estimate error (an RMSE of 0.977).[] Continuing to drink despite clear signs of impairment can lead to an even more deadly type of overdose on alcohol called alcohol poisoning.[] Physical withdrawal symptoms include: hand tremors ('the shakes') sweating nausea visual hallucinations (seeing things that aren’t real) seizures (fits) in the most serious[]

  • Graves Disease

    A 43-year-old female patient presented to our hospital on November 2014, with a 1-year history of palpitation, fatigue, and hand tremor.[] The Quayles' concern about the pipes apparently stems from the lead poisoning that veterinarians diagnosed in Millie before they determined last September that she had lupus[] tremors, diarrhea, increased sweating, trouble sleeping, and weight loss.[]

  • Familial Tremor

    Enhanced Physiologic Tremor This is an action tremor similar to the essential tremor, best seen when the hands are outstretched and fingers spread apart.[] (e.g., lead poisoning ) or reaction to pharmaceutical drugs, particularly neuroleptics, [1] or stress.[] , hand tremors occur when your hands are at rest.[]

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