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4,649 Possible Causes for Hemiparesis, Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer, Slow Pulse

  • Subdural Hematoma

    An 81-year-old man, presenting with left hemiparesis, underwent craniotomy for right organized CSH after 2 burr-hole surgeries.[] She was discharged but returned 3 days later with apneic episodes, along with bradycardia and hypertension. She was promptly intubated.[] Check vital signs, looking for evidence of bradycardia and hypertension associated with raised intracranial pressure.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    During the course of illness, the patient had an acute cerebral hemorrhage, which manifested with hemiparesis, dysarthria, and pathologic crying.[] The patient's pupils are dilated, unequal and slow to react. Pulse oximetry readings are 80% and the GCS is 6.[] Two days after the surgery, he developed left hemiparesis. CT scans showed a large cerebral hemorrhage on the right temporal lobe with midline shift by brain metastases.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    A 73-year-old woman was transferred to our hospital for sudden headache and subsequent left hemiparesis.[] […] manifestations are non-specific, but commonly include: deep, symmetric T wave inversions 12 often referred to as "cerebral T waves" prolongation of the QT interval sinus bradycardia[] […] often called a “thunderclap headache”), nausea, confusion, altered consciousness, seizure, visual disturbances, cardiac arrhythmias, and focal neurological deficits such as hemiparesis[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Brain Abscess

    The patient presented with right-sided homonymous hemianopsia and right hemiparesis. Emergent surgical drainage was performed and antibiotics were administered.[] The pulse rate slows with rising intracranial pressure, the temperature may fall to subnormal levels. Drowsiness may alternate with periods of irritability.[] […] here brain abscesses caused by Nocardia beijingensis in a 59-year-old-Thai male with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection presenting with progressive right sided hemiparesis[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis

    Atypical symptoms such as cerebellar ataxia or hemiparesis predominated in children.[] Patients can develop severe autonomic dysfunction with bradycardia and asystole that may require placement of permanent cardiac pacemakers.[] […] headache Admission to psychiatry for acute agitation, personality change, memory loss, generalized tonic-clonic seizures, MV for PE, PEG Word finding difficulty, mild right hemiparesis[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Brain Stem Herniation

    Most often the ipsilateral cerebral peduncle is compressed, resulting in contralateral hemiparesis or hemiplegia.[] […] opening at the base of the skull called the foramen magnum Through openings created during brain surgery Signs and symptoms may include: High blood pressure Irregular or slow[] Cingulate gyrus of frontal lobe passes under falx cerebri to o… Anterior cerebral artery; Frontal horn of lateral ventrical Hemiparesis Uncus passes through tentorial incisura[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Homocystinuria

    A previously healthy girl, age 3 years 9 months, presented with right-sided hemiparesis and seizures.[] CHAPTER 12 CODE SCENARIO Senecal-12.qxd 14/04/2005 09:44 AM Page 69 CHAPTER 12 Bradycardia CODE SCENARIO A code is called for a 78-year-old man who was admitted to the hospital[] In patients with progressive maculopathy in cb1C disease, there is thinning and loss of the ganglion cell layer, outer nuclear layer, and photoreceptor layer on OCT [10 ,11[]

  • Vasovagal Syncope

    A 28-year-old female with a history of situational syncope and a new-onset right sided hemiparesis is described.[] , weak pulse and dilated pupils Recovery generally begins in less than a minute.[] She had hemiparesis with little to no movement of her left shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, and ankle.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Meningitis

    The term hemiparesis (see PARESIS) refers to mild to moderate weakness involving one side of the body.[] […] altered pupillary responses, absent Doll's eyes reflexes, decerebrate or decorticate posturing, papilloedema, Cushing's Triad (abnormal respiratory pattern, hypertension, bradycardia[] Hemiparesis/hemiplegia (one study, 357 children): no significant difference between groups (RR 0.97, 95% CI 0.52 to 1.81).[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Stroke

    SSEH presenting as a hemiparesis is less common and in such situations, it can be mistaken for a cerebrovascular accident (CVA).[] Decreased levels of consciousness, hypertension, bradycardia and anisocoria may indicate a pathological rise of intracranial pressure due to cerebral edema.[] Patients with subarachnoid haemorrhage, systolic blood pressure 140 mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure 80 mm Hg, bradycardia 50 beats per minute, or manifest heart failure[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer

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