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205 Possible Causes for Hyporeflexia to Hyperreflexia

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    In contrast, NMS is characterised by muscular 'lead-pipe' rigidity, haemodynamic dysregulation and hyporeflexia.[medsafe.govt.nz] The presence of neuromuscular excitation such as clonus (involuntary, rhythmic muscular contractions and relaxations) and hyperreflexia are strongly predictive of serotonin[medsafe.govt.nz] Hyperreflexia Clonus (unless masked by increased muscle tone) Pupils Normal Dilated Bowel Sounds Normal or decreased Hyperactive Knowledge of medication use may also aid[medsafe.govt.nz]

  • Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia

    We report on a patient with transient nonketotic hyperglycinemia (NKH). Onset, clinical features, biochemical and electroencephalographic findings were consistent with neonatal nonketotic hyperglycinemia. The normalization of clinical, biochemical and electroencephalographic features on day 9 without specific therapy[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Urticaria

    Neurologic examination should note any tremor or hyperreflexia or hyporeflexia. Musculoskeletal examination should note the presence of any inflamed or deformed joints.[msdmanuals.com] […] or hyperreflexia Patients taking progesterone -containing oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy or those with cyclic urticaria that appears during the 2nd half[msdmanuals.com] […] reproducible response to suspected stimulus Endocrine abnormalities (eg, thyroid dysfunction, elevated progesterone level) Heat or cold intolerance, bradycardia or tachycardia, hyporeflexia[msdmanuals.com]

  • Succinic Acidemia

    It is one of the symptoms that decrease in severity, as the individual gets older Hyperkinesis (increased muscular activity) Hyporeflexia or hyperreflexia (decreased or increased[dovemed.com]

  • Silent Thyroiditis

    hyporeflexia? hyper in hyperthyroid hypo in hypothyroid What would the vitals look like in hypothyroid?[brainscape.com] […] typically with graves disease or anythign that causes a big thyroid (the extra blood flow can be heard - very hypervascular) When would you see hyperreflexia?[brainscape.com]

  • Toxic Encephalopathy

    (acute liver malfunction)/hyporeflexia (thyroid derrangement) T/F: Dementia is a major risk factor for delirium.[quizlet.com] […] of encephalopathy include: Hallucinations, delusions, agitation or lethargy; Irritation to light touch; Withdraw limbs unequally; Asterixis, myoclonus, tremor, sometimes hyperreflexia[quizlet.com]

  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    (acute liver malfunction)/hyporeflexia (thyroid derrangement) T/F: Dementia is a major risk factor for delirium.[quizlet.com] […] of encephalopathy include: Hallucinations, delusions, agitation or lethargy; Irritation to light touch; Withdraw limbs unequally; Asterixis, myoclonus, tremor, sometimes hyperreflexia[quizlet.com]

  • Myelopathy

    , and spasticity and hyperreflexia below the level of the injury level.[amboss.com] ., hyporeflexia in the upper extremities and hyperreflexia in the lower extremities). 1 Another feature of CSM is that it will involve the axial skeleton and skip the head[dynamicchiropractic.com] , clonus, Babinski, and Hoffman signs, and bowel and bladder dysfunction "Lower motor neuron" findings such as upper extremity hyporeflexia and atrophy Who is a typical cervical[emoryhealthcare.org]

  • Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 12

    SCA-1 in India:Cummulative observation in 28 families • Mean age of onset 28 years Feature percentage ataxia 100% Oculomotor dysfunction 60% hyporeflexia 52% hyperreflexia[slideshare.net] […] after initial hyperreflexia and abnormal swallowing. [5] Autonomic abnormalities (hypohidrosis, urinary dysfunction, constipation, and sexual dysfunction) are present in[ancientscienceoflife.org] Spinocerebellar ataxia 18 See the list below: Clinical features Early age of onset Gait difficulty (most common initial symptom) Decreased vibratory and proprioceptive sense Hyporeflexia[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Neonatal Hypotonia

    […] and later develop hyperreflexia and spasticity after days to weeks Development of neurologic deficits below the cervical area including: respiratory depression, vasomotor[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu] […] maternal uniparental disomy Causes of Peripheral Hypotonia Cervical Cord Trauma Secondary to difficult delivery, usually breech or cervical presentation Initially present with hyporeflexia[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu]

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