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209 Possible Causes for Lacunar Infarction, Tremor, White Matter Lesions

  • Urea Cycle Disorder

    Histopathologically, cortical atrophy, basal ganglia lesions and white matter damage may be observed.[] Symmetric cystic lesions at the gray matter-white matter junction, especially in the sulcal depth of the frontal, parietal, hippocampal, and insular regions, are known early[] Some of the physical symptoms of an elevated ammonia level may include tremor, lack of appetite, irritability, heavy or rapid breathing, low energy, vomiting, disorientation[]

  • Binswanger Disease

    Other prominent features of the disease include urinary incontinence, difficulty walking, parkinsonian-like tremors, and depression.[] Abstract OBJECTIVE: To identify the prevalence of MRI features of Binswanger's disease (BD), specifically MRI with diffuse white matter lesions and scattered multiple lacunes[] RESULTS: As compared with the non-CVD and lacunar infarction groups, the patients with BD had significantly elevated levels of thrombin-antithrombin complex (P CONCLUSIONS[]

  • Hemiballismus

    Also Published In Title Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements[] Infarct foci were accompanied by periventricular white matter lesions in only 5 patients.[] infarction.[]

  • CADASIL Syndrome

    Back home, the tremor abated and he was able to speak rationally again.[] matter lesions are also seen in asymptomatic individuals with the mutated gene. [8] While MRI is not used to diagnose CADASIL, it can show the progression of white matter[] Generally, the cerebral cortex is spared, and subcortical lacunar infarcts are accompanied by abnormal white matter (WM).[]

  • Cerebellar Infarction

    Abstract We report a 67-year-old man who developed yes/yes head tremor without appendicular tremor six weeks after right occipital and bilateral cerebellar infarction.[] Four patients had white matter lesions in the cerebral hemispheres, either with scarce areas of focal hyperintense signal (four patients) or in a multifocal diffuse pattern[] Cryptococcal meningoencephalitis (CM) causes cerebral infarction, typically, lacunar infarction in the basal ganglia.[]

  • Hypertension

    Hyperthyroidism frequently causes weight loss with increased appetite, fast heart rate, bulging eyes, and tremor.[] High blood pressure cause cognitive impairment leading to cerebral vascular lesions (strokes, infarcts, lacunae, white matter lesions) but also leading to cerebral amyloid[] Myocardial infarction and angina identified by electrocardiogram (ECG) or coronary revascularization, and silent events, were considered to meet the inclusion criteria.[]

  • Basal Ganglia Hemorrhage

    matter), not size.[] Small infarcts: Lacunar infarcts occur as a result of localized decreased blood flow resulting in localized cell death.[] […] basal ganglia hemorrhage are present at different levels, as you will have the opportunity to see below: Body movement Difficulties swallowing, smiling or speaking Ataxia Tremor[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Abstract Based on one patient's enthusiastic report, eight patients with multiple sclerosis, seriously disabled with tremor and ataxia, were given oral tetrahydrocannabinol[] White matter lesion volume on FLAIR was 44.2mL, and tracer uptake change between damaged white matter and normal appearing white matter was - 40.5%.[] We investigated in detail, and the patient was found to have classical MRI features and CSF findings of multiple sclerosis with multiple lacunar infarcts, warranting different[]

  • Stroke

    Bandlimited multiple fourier linear combiner for real-time tremor compensation.[] matter lesions (SWMLs) in the cerebral small vessel disease are limited.[] […] cerebral circulation stroke Pure motor lacunar infarction Pure sensorimotor lacunar infarction Pure sensory lacunar infarction R.I.N.D. syndrome Reversible ischemic neurologic[]

  • Vascular Dementia

    […] depression or irritability Stride changes when walking too fast or shuffling steps Problems with movement, balance. or both Urinary problems, such as urgency or incontinence Tremors[] Major diagnostic difficulties ensue from the very frequent cases with white matter lesions, since their etiology and classification remain widely unknown.[] The intellectual decline in VaD is classically described as "step-wise" (multi-infarct dementia) but can be continuous (lacunar infarcts) too.[]

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