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60 Possible Causes for Hyporeflexia in the Lower Limbs, Unable to Walk

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    Physical examination confirmed lower left facial palsy and paresthesia of his extremities with hyporeflexia of his lower limbs and sensory loss of all four extremities.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] However, about 25% of patients need artificial ventilation and 20% are still unable to walk unaided after 6 months.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] One patient had grade IV/V on MRC scale weakness in upper limbs with hyporeflexia and distal paresthesias in upper limbs and hyper-reflexia in lower limbs.[vdocuments.us]

  • Spinal Cord Injury

    Lower motor neurone signs in the upper limbs (atrophy, hyporeflexia).[patient.info] Besides leading to physical complications such as skin breakdown, muscle atrophy, reduced cardiorespiratory capacity, and pain [ 1 ], being unable to walk also affects psychological[doi.org] The study was carried out on acute SCI patients who were unable to walk without any physical assistance and both groups had the same amount of training.[doi.org]

  • Poliomyelitis

    There parents still fear an illness that can leave their children unable to walk or unable to breathe, a disease that once crippled thousands of people, including many young[web.archive.org] Still today some 10-20 million people worldwide -- including many children in the developing world -- remain paralyzed from the virus, unable to walk without the help of leg[web.archive.org]

  • Myelitis

    Loss of lower limb power was graded as severe (MRC grade 0–1), moderate (MRC grade II–III), or mild (MRC grade IV or V).[jnnp.bmj.com] Now she is fighting for her ability to walk again! No child deserves to go through this, especially not my Jessica.[gofundme.com] The mother tried repeatedly to get her to sit-up alone, but she was unable to do so.[healio.com]

  • Myelopathy

    ), or myelopathy (spasticity and weakness in the lower limbs with or without "numb and clumsy" hands), and supported by appropriate radiological findings.[doi.org] – 1 Requires support to walk even on level ground – 0 Unable to walk III Sensory function (same in upper and lower limbs, and trunk) – 2 Normal – 1 Slight sensory disturbance[necksolutions.com] […] unassisted Grade 4 Unable to walk without assistance Grade 5 Wheelchair or bedbound Based on gait and ambulatory function Ranawat Classification Class I Pain, no neurologic[orthobullets.com]

  • Spinal Cord Compression

    Lower motor neurone signs in the upper limbs (atrophy, hyporeflexia).[patient.info] – 1 Requires support to walk even on level ground – 0 Unable to walk III Sensory function (same in upper and lower limbs, and trunk) – 2 Normal – 1 Slight sensory disturbance[necksolutions.com] Spinal pain is often present for three months and neurological symptoms for two months before paraplegia, but almost 50% of patients are unable to walk by the time of diagnosis[patient.info]

  • Spinal Cord Lesion

    Lower motor neurone signs in the upper limbs (atrophy, hyporeflexia).[patient.info] More than being unable to walk Worldwide, millions of people are dependent on a wheelchair after having sustained a spinal cord injury, most often as the result of a traffic[wingsforlifeworldrun.com] Upper motor neurone signs in the lower limbs (Babinski's sign: up-going plantar reflex, hyperreflexia, clonus, spasticity).[patient.info]

  • Miller-Fisher Syndrome

    Urinary Retention Hx of rapidly progressive bilateral leg weakness e.g. after a diarrhoea illness 3-4 weeks before Examn: - Lower limb LMN signs Hyporeflexia Flaccid paralysis[brainscape.com] During hospital admission he lost deep tendon reflexes and was unable to walk.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Tendon hyporeflexia in both the upper and lower extremities were observed, and the bilateral Babinski sign was negative.[alliedacademies.org]

  • Spastic Paraplegia

    He presented with progressive spastic paraplegia, hypereflexia in the upper limbs with hyporeflexia in the lower limbs. There was dysdiadochokinesis.[nature.com] The disorders are progressive and may lead to patients being unable to walk, and more.[sp-foundation.org]

  • Myofibrillar Myopathy Type 4

    In fact, muscle tissue loss may be so severe that the person may be unable to walk. Skin inflammation is also present.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

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