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2,256 Possible Causes for Horner's Syndrome, Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood, Slow Speech

  • Stroke

    Studies there showed that she too had global aphasia and right hemiparesis without Horner syndrome, and had an NIHSS score of 17.[] […] language problems Slow, cautious behavior Memory loss Rehabilitation following a stroke may involve a number of medical specialists; but the early diagnosis of a stroke,[] Presence of clinical features such as Horner's syndrome, Brown-Sequard syndrome and the absence of cranial nerve palsies in acute hemiparesis are indicative of SSEH rather[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Migraine

    […] of absent vision with a shimmering or glittering zigzag border Physical findings during a migraine headache may include the following: Cranial/cervical muscle tenderness Horner[] syndrome (ie, relative miosis with 1–2 mm of ptosis on the same side as the headache) Conjunctival injection Tachycardia or bradycardia Hypertension or hypotension Hemisensory[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Transient Ischemic Attack

    syndrome, head or neck pain, or cranial nerve palsy) or no symptoms.[] syndrome and 1 case of hoarseness); in addition, 2 patients available for follow-up developed neurological symptoms referable to the posterior circulation after the perioperative[] […] presentation of ischemic symptoms (ie, TIA or stroke) may be associated with an increased risk of subsequent stroke compared with a presentation with only local symptoms (eg, Horner[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Other symptoms: These include Horner's syndrome, abnormal cardiac rhythm, abnormal vascular responses (with acute pulmonary oedema), weight loss, and inappropriate antidiuretic[] Speech may become slow, slurred, and hesitant. People with multiple sclerosis may become unable to control emotional responses and may laugh or cry inappropriately.[] […] or difficult speech purple patches or pinpoint dots (rash) on the skin decreased urination or blood in the urine Interferon beta-1a may cause other side effects.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Brain Stem Disorder

    Cerebellar patients have difficulty in coordinating these muscle groups appropriately, and therefore their speech tends to be slow and disjointed.[] Patients often have a Horner's syndrome (unilateral ptosis, miosis and facial anhidrosis).[] People with PSP experience a gradual loss of specific brain cells, causing slowing of movement and reduced control of walking, balance, swallowing, speech and eye movement[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Lateral Medullary Syndrome

    Horner's syndrome was found in 91%, ipsilateral ataxia in 85%, and contralateral hypalgesia in 85%. Nystagmus (61%) and facial weakness (42%) were less frequent.[] Horner's Syndrome.[] Horner’s syndrome (also called oculosympathetic paresis, or Horner syndrome) comprises a constellation of clinical signs including the classic triad of ptosis, miosis and[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Neurofibromatosis Type 1

    Neurological examination was abnormal in four with weakness, sensory change, or Horner's syndrome that could be attributed to the tumours or to postoperative change.[] The number of café au lait macules increases with age in childhood, similar to what is observed in NF1 [Author, personal observation]. Macrocephaly.[] His speech was slow but fluent and sometimes disjointed.[]

  • Tapia's Syndrome

    Stage 1 is sometimes described as "stagnation" because the child's development slows down or stops altogether.[] At examination he was hoarse and found to have a left Horner's Syndrome.[] Horner’s syndrome was not present.[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    […] work entry DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-23499-6_753 Synonyms Definition TIA (transient ischemic attacks): short transient neurological deficits caused by vascular insufficiency Horner’s[] syndrome, visual blurring, diplopia, headache, and posterior circulation infarction [ 1 - 3 ].[] ’s syndrome: miosis (smaller pupil), mydriasis (decreased sweating), ptosis (drooping of eyelids) due to insult to sympathetic chain Introduction VBI refers to a cerebrovascular[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood
  • Intracerebral Hematoma

    […] seizure精神運動発作 pyramidal system錐体路系 pyramidal tract錐体路 r regenerative medicine 再生医学 s sensory nerve知覚神経 single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) 単一光子放出型コンピュータ断層撮影法 slow[] Several signs to look for include ipsilateral miosis (Horner’s syndrome), in which one pupil is smaller than the other with a drooping eyelid; bilateral miosis, in which both[] syndrome), absence of convergence, paralysis of vertical gaze, an assortment of lateral gaze abnormalities (paresis or pseudoparesis of the sixth nerve), & retraction nystagmus[]

    Missing: Relative Macrocephaly in Childhood