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3,280 Possible Causes for Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs, Malocclusion, Sensation Normal

  • Cerebral Palsy

    We looked for a possible association between overall functional impairment and malocclusion in this population.[] All had spasticity affecting predominantly the lower limbs, although 2 also had mild hypertonia and ataxia of the upper limbs.[] […] earlier than 18 months of age) For the mother Any adverse effects severe enough to stop treatment Postpartum haemorrhage (however reported by the trialists) Mode of birth (normal[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    However, it is possible that the symptoms of this disorder are associated with other types of malocclusion or even with nearly normal occlusion.[] In TMD, the tensor tympani muscle is hypertonic, impeding this normal mechanism.[] The hallmarks on physical examination are reduced or dysfunctional mandibular range of motion, malocclusion, and joint or preauricular tenderness.[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Bruxism

    CONCLUSIONS: Malocclusion is not significantly associated with OHRQoL in patients with TMJ-OA.[] The intent is for the brain to interpret the nerve sensations as undesirable, automatically and subconsciously reducing clenching force.[] There is some literature to suggest that bruxism is correlated with temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) and malocclusion.[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Cleft Palate

    This case report describes the successful camouflage treatment to correct a moderate skeletal Class III malocclusion in a 19-year-old male cleft-palate patient.[] The keloid can cause itching and a burning sensation. Scratching must be avoided because it can lead to healing problems.[] […] known history of cleft palate who developed velopharyngeal insufficiency after a Le Fort I osteotomy performed for the correction of maxillary hypoplasia and a Class III malocclusion[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Autosomal Recessive Lower Motor Neuron Disease with Childhood Onset

    DSMA4 is characterized by childhood onset, generalized muscle weakness and atrophy with denervation and normal sensation. Bulbar symptoms and pyramidal signs are absent.[] limbs, hypertonic urinary bladder, and impaired vibration sense.[] Clinically, AMAN is part of the GBS spectrum but distinguished by normal sensation and nerve conduction studies characterised by low distal motor evoked amplitudes, normal[]

    Missing: Malocclusion
  • Jaw Fracture

    One month later, he remained well, without evidence of osteomyelitis or malocclusion, and was able to advance to a full diet.[] Usually there will be a slow return of normal sensation, though occasionally the numbness is permanent when the injury to the nerve has been severe.[] Assessment (scale 1 to 3, 1 normal, 3 absent sensation) of the status of the inferior alveolar nerve was undertaken at each post‐operative visit.[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Congenital Mandibular Hypoplasia

    […] from conception to age three covers conditions such as cleft palate, disturbances in calcification, unusual numbers of teeth, oral habits, caries, and the development of malocclusions[] His mental and somatic development was judged to be normal. There was slight slurring of speech and his taste sensation was not distorted.[] If the degree of malocclusion is moderate to severe, then only surgical treatment will correct the malocclusion.[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Tonsillitis

    Some orthodontists believe that chronic mouth breathing from large tonsils and adenoids causes improper alignment of the teeth (malocclusion).[] This may sometimes cause the teeth to become badly aligned (malocclusion).[] Mood changes Excessive sleepiness Heart problems Some orthodontists believe chronic mouth breathing from large tonsils and adenoids causes improper alignment of the teeth (malocclusion[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs Sensation Normal
  • Temporomandibular Joint Subluxation

    Mandibular setback surgery does not appear to alter the condyle-disk relationship, whereas correction of class III malocclusion seems to improve clinical and CA signs of TMJ[] This period is followed by a sensation of limited mouth opening. As the patient tries to open, a single click is felt and a normal range of motion immediately returns.[] Malocclusion often disturbs the relationship between the teeth, TMJ, and the related musculature, and can cause the deterioration of the joint itself.[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs
  • Stomatitis

    – Jaw joints, chewing muscles and bite abnormalities Bruxism Condylar resorption Mandibular dislocation Malocclusion Crossbite Open bite Overbite Overeruption Overjet Prognathia[] For others, it may be quite painful and make it difficult to eat and drink normally.[] Paget's disease of bone Periapical abscess Phoenix abscess Periapical periodontitis Stafne defect Torus mandibularis Temporomandibular joints, muscles of mastication and malocclusions[]

    Missing: Hypertonicity of the Lower Limbs

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