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24 Possible Causes for Horner's Syndrome, Hyporeflexia (Later)

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  • Spinal Cord Tumor

    Later changes Cauda Equina Syndrome Spasticity Hyperreflexia IX.[fpnotebook.com] syndrome, disordered temperature regulation with hypothermia from posterior involvement or hyperthermia from anterior involvement).[dartmouth.edu] Exam) Symmetric motor weakness In Epidural Spinal Cord Compression, motor deficits are more common than sensory Pain on Vertebra l body compression Early changes Flaccidity Hyporeflexia[fpnotebook.com]

  • Cervical Spinal Cord Tumor

    […] the diagnosis is made later). 13 The sudden onset of myelopathy secondary to spinal metastasis is a true neurologic emergency.[aafp.org] Horner’s syndrome can occur at any level. Thoracic lesions usually have a sensory level on the trunk. Remember, nipples are at T4 and umbilicus is T10.[clinicaladvisor.com] The neurologic examination usually reveals symmetric weakness with either flaccidity and hyporeflexia (if the diagnosis is made early) or spasticity and hyperreflexia (if[aafp.org]

  • Myelopathy

    Nerve root compression commonly causes early radicular pain; later, there may be weakness, hyporeflexia, and muscle atrophy.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Ptosis

    Three days later, contralateral ptosis was observed, associated with areflexia and worsened ataxia.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] KEYWORDS: Apraclonidine; Botulinum toxin; Horner's syndrome; Ptosis[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] We describe a new technique for treatment of reverse ptosis in a patient with Horner Syndrome by means of excision of conjunctiva and inferior tarsal muscle.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

    […] the diagnosis is made later). 13 The sudden onset of myelopathy secondary to spinal metastasis is a true neurologic emergency.[aafp.org] Two patients had unilateral Horner's syndrome (including one with gunshot wound to his neck). Ten patients complained of dysaesthesia.[neurologyindia.com] syndrome may develop; this is the combination of a drooping eyelid , constricted pupil , and an apparently sunken eye on one side of the face. [1] If the dissection of the[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Radiculopathy

    […] followed later by hyperreflexia Sphincter dysfunction Diagnosis Neuroimaging Sometimes electrodiagnostic tests Radicular symptoms require MRI or CT of the affected area.[merckmanuals.com] ) Horner's syndrome (sympathetic chain neuropraxia) Dysphagia Dysphonia Vertebral artery injury Pseudoarthrosis Adjacent segment degeneration: 2.9%/yr (Hilibrand AS, JBJS[eorif.com] Horner Syndrome Any patient presenting with unilateral ptosis is suspected of having Horner syndrome (oculosympathetic paresis) until proven otherwise.[reviewofophthalmology.com]

  • Caudal Spinal Cord Tumor

    […] the diagnosis is made later). 13 The sudden onset of myelopathy secondary to spinal metastasis is a true neurologic emergency.[aafp.org] Horner’s syndrome may occur with lesions at the cervicothoracic junction (C8) as a result of automatic nervous system dysfunction.[neurospinewi.com] syndrome parasympathetic nervous system hypogastric plexus formed by S2, S3, S4 parasympathetic fibers and lumbar sympathetic fibers (splanchnic nerves) Spinal Cord Overview[orthobullets.com]

  • Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor

    […] the diagnosis is made later). 13 The sudden onset of myelopathy secondary to spinal metastasis is a true neurologic emergency.[aafp.org] Some signs include pain, weakness in shoulders and wrists, loss of bicep jerk reflex, Horner Syndrome, and paralysis of hands and legs.[spinalcord.com] Horner’s syndrome may occur with lesions at the cervicothoracic junction (C8) as a result of automatic nervous system dysfunction.[neurospinewi.com]

  • 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[vdocuments.net] Although there was evidence of concomitant pupillary dysfunction in the form of bilateral Horner syndrome in 2 of the patients with GBS with more severe GBS phenotype, this[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] 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[vdocuments.net]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    Adrenoleukodystrophy begins later in childhood, but other leukodystrophies begin earlier and may be mistaken for CP at first.[merckmanuals.com] Anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA) territory infarction more often leads to dysmetria, Horner's syndrome, unilateral hearing loss and ipsilateral facial paralysis[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Infantile spinal muscular atrophy, muscular dystrophies, and neuromuscular junction disorders associated with hypotonia and hyporeflexia usually lack signs of cerebral disease[merckmanuals.com]

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