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11,024 Possible Causes for Hemiatrophy of the Tongue, Hyporeflexia (Later), Weakness

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  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    Babinski's sign positive) Flexor ( normal; Babinski's sign negative) Extraneous muscle activity No fasciculations/fibrillations Fasciculations and fibrillations amyotrophic lateral[] In 1990, a 58-year-old man noted weakness in the hands.[] [χ 2 (1)   0.1, P Table 2 Fasciculation potential parameters in weak and non-weak muscles in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Measurement Muscle weakness No muscle weakness[]

  • Motor Neuron Disease

    , hyperreflexia and atrophy in later stages of disease, but fasciculations are absent.[] Onset was in the second to fourth decade with finger extension weakness, progressing to other distal and sometimes more proximal muscles.[] When approaching a patient with suspected motor neuron disease (MND), the pattern of weakness on examination helps distinguish MND from other diseases of peripheral nerves[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    In early stages, decreased position and vibratory sensation in the extremities is accompanied by mild to moderate weakness and hyporeflexia.[] We report a case of a 66-year-old non-vegetarian man presenting with generalised weakness for 1 month and misdiagnosed on bone marrow biopsy as MDS.[] The clinical symptoms are weakness, fatigue, shortness of breath and neurologic abnormalities.[]

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  • Progressive Bulbar Palsy

    Clinical manifestations include dysarthria, dysphagia, facial weakness, tongue weakness, and fasciculations of the tongue and facial muscles.[] A motor neuron disease marked by progressive weakness of the muscles innervated by cranial nerves of the lower brain stem.[] Patients can also exhibit reduced gag reflexes, weak palatal movements, fasciculations, and weak movement of the facial muscles and tongue.[]

    Missing: Hyporeflexia (Later)
  • Sciatica

    […] nerve and lumbosacral nerve roots Etiology Injury, prolapse of intervertebral disk, tumors, sciatic nerve irritation or inflammation Clinical Hyporeflexia, paresthesias,[] Weakness. Weakness may be felt in the leg and foot. A feeling of heaviness in the affected leg may make it difficult to lift the foot off the floor.[] Sciatica can lead to permanent numbness or weakness of your leg.[]

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  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    […] reaffirmed.5,6 The criteria were devised to enable nonneurologists to recognize GBS and were intentionally restrictive, requiring the presence of universal limb areflexia or hyporeflexia[] But weakness that increases over several days is also common. Muscle weakness or loss of muscle function (paralysis) affects both sides of the body.[] […] impairedmentation.4Clinical diagnostic criteria for GBS were introduced in 1978 following an increase in incidence after the swine flu vaccination programme, and these criteria were later[]

    Missing: Hemiatrophy of the Tongue
  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Nerve root compression commonly causes early radicular pain; later, there may be weakness, hyporeflexia, and muscle atrophy.[] Rarely, pressure on the spinal cord can cause weakness or paralysis in the legs and loss of bladder control. Treatments include heat treatment and analgesics.[] Phlegm damp blockage in meridians-- clear Yang fails-- dizziness and vertigo sx: neck pain, arm pain, tingling fingers, weak-fist clenching, tender spots; weak and numb limbs[]

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  • Radiculopathy

    […] followed later by hyperreflexia Sphincter dysfunction Diagnosis Neuroimaging Sometimes electrodiagnostic tests Radicular symptoms require MRI or CT of the affected area.[] On physical examinations, asymmetric lower limb weakness and areflexia without apparent sensory loss were observed in both patients.[] Motor weakness improved in 94.1% of the COG and in 50% of the SUG. Neck pain was difficult to treat. It improved in only 36.1% of the COG and in 20% of the SUG.[]

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  • Glomus Jugulare Tumor

    Unilateral facial weakness is unusual but has been reported. Most GJTs do not release any hormones.[] Symptoms of a glomus jugulare tumor include dizziness, difficulty swallowing, hearing issues, pain, or weakness in the muscles of the face.[] Difficulty swallowing Hoarseness Shoulder drooping Tongue weakness In rare cases, these tumors may produce the hormone norepinephrine, which may cause: Headaches Anxiety[]

    Missing: Hyporeflexia (Later)
  • Common Cold

    Some of the many viruses that cause colds may cause mild additional symptoms such as sore throat, weakness, dizziness, and tearing.[] People who need this remedy often feel weak, "spaced out," and anxious or fearful when ill.[] A severe cold can make you feel weak and ill, too. Colds usually go away on their own after about a week, but some symptoms may last longer.[]

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