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851 Possible Causes for Intrapontine Hemorrhage, Miosis

  • Brain Stem Infarction

    It is typified by vertigo, ipsilateral hemiataxia, dysarthria, ptosis and miosis.[] […] structure that extends in the lateral aspect of the pons down into the medulla) Sympathetic pathway : ipsilateral Horner’s syndrome, that is partial ptosis and a small pupil (miosis[] Patients often have a Horner's syndrome (unilateral ptosis, miosis and facial anhidrosis).[]

  • Brain Stem Hemorrhage

    , unspecified 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code brain stem I61.3 intrapontine I61.3 medulla I61.3 pons, pontine I61.3 ICD-10-CM Codes Adjacent To I61.3 I60.51 Nontraumatic[] The fulminating malignant course is characterised by rapid onset of coma, miosis, tetraplegia and respiratory disturbances.[] […] subarachnoid hemorrhage from right vertebral artery I60.52 Nontraumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage from left vertebral artery I60.6 Nontraumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage from[]

  • Horner's Syndrome

    hemorrhage Neck trauma (e.g. traumatic dislocation of the cervical vertebrae) Second Neuron Horners Syndrome - is a disruption along the second neuronal pathway which may[] Postoperatively, left ptosis and miosis had improved slightly.[] ., syphilis) Tumors Cerebral vascular accident: lateral medullary (Wallenberg) syndrome Cervical cord trauma Demyelinating disease (multiple sclerosis) Intrapontine hemorrhage[]

  • Intrapontine Hemorrhage

    […] apo-plectiform onset with fast developing coma, and show disturbance of vegetative function (disturbance of respiration, cardiac dysrhythmias, hyperthermia, hypertension), miosis[] Hemorrhage, brain) 431 intrapontine (see also Hemorrhage, brain) 431 intraventricular (see also Hemorrhage, brain) 431 lenticular striate artery (see also Hemorrhage, brain[] Mild ptosis with concurrent miosis OD was also found.[]

  • Opiate Overdose

    Opiate overdose is characterized by respiratory depression, reduced consciousness, and miosis.[] Look for the toxidrome of opiate intoxication Miosis CNS depression respiratory depression complications of hypoxia: seizures, dysrrhythmias, brain injury Whilst the obvious[] […] by, last update April 2, 2019 CLINICAL FEATURES miosis CNS depression respiratory depression complications of hypoxia: seizures, dysrrhythmia, brain injury MANAGEMENT Resuscitation[]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage
  • Uveitis

    Spasm of the ocular sphincter muscle causes miosis.[] Pupillary miosis is common. Slit-lamp examination This is the most important aspect of the examination.[] Mydriatics: Mydriatics are given to counter the severe miosis.[]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage
  • Anterior Uveitis

    Clinical features: Symptoms: pain due to ciliary spasm, red eye, photophobia, decreased vision and tearing Signs: Circumcorneal ciliary injection, irregular pupil or miosis[] Signs of Uveitis Anterior Segment • keratic precipitates • inflammatory cells • flare • fibrin • hypopyon • pigment dispersion • pupillary miosis • iris nodules synechiae,[] Gonioscopic examination with high magnification may help to detect the TM nodules.33 Pupil Changes In acute iritis and iridocyclitis, miosis occurs due to iris edema and sphincter[]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage
  • Heroin Dependence

    OBJECTIVES: Fractional anisotropy (FA) via diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) can quantify the white matter integrity. Exposure to addictive drugs, such as alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and nicotine has been shown to alter FA. White matter abnormalities have been shown, but it remains unclear whether the[…][]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage
  • Iritis

    […] iritis. [6], [4] IOP may be increased due to inflammatory process or it may be decreased due to damage of the ciliary body’s ability to produce aqueous humor. [10], [4] Miosis[] […] what is called an iris bombé. [9] Intractable secondary glaucoma may also result following traumatic iritis. [9] Symptoms Photophobia (pain when light enters eye; pain with miosis[]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage
  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    BACKGROUND: Sorafenib is the standard treatment of advanced hepatocarcinoma (HCC) in cirrhotic patients with preserved liver function. It shares many adverse effects with other tyrosine-kinase (TK) inhibitors and antiangiogenic drugs. TK inhibitors could have a direct toxicity on CNS, both by interfering with[…][]

    Missing: Intrapontine Hemorrhage

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