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26 Possible Causes for Lhermitte's Sign, Raynaud's Disease

  • Lead Poisoning

    Severe abdominal colic because of lead poisoning is an uncommon condition in adults. The diagnosis of lead toxicity is often delayed and abdominal pain is mistaken for acute abdomen. We describe three blood brothers who were involved in pottery glazing and suffered from repeated episodes of severe abdominal pain,[…][]

  • Paresthesia

    sign ).[] This is due to poor blood circulation in the extremities, and can be called Raynaud's phenomenon.[] Gene context of Paresthesia Paresthesias , often described as electric shocks (Lhermitte sign), were common in GDNF -treated subjects, were not dose related, and resolved[]

  • Cervical Spondylosis

    Specificity is 92%for neurologic and radiologicc signs. Lhermitte sign - used to look for comparable sign in neck extension.[] A positive test result is not necessarily a positive result for spondylosis and as such additional testing is required. [3] Lhermitte sign : feeling of electrical shock with[] Flexion of the neck may cause a generalized “electric shock-like” sensation down the center of the back, 10 referred to as Lhermitte's sign ( Table 1 ) .[]

  • Cisplatin

    Lhermitte's sign, dorsal column myelopathy, and autonomic neuropathy have also been reported. Loss of taste and seizures have also been reported.[] Other forms of nerve damage from cisplatin include autonomic neuropathies, seizures, encephalopathy , myasthenic syndrome, cortical blindness, Lhermitte's sign, and dorsal[] sign, myelopathy, autonomic neuropathy Rare Convulsion, neuropathy peripheral, leukoencephalopathy, reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome Eye disorders Not known[]

  • Neuromyelitis Optica

    About 30% of the patients have a positive Lhermitte’s sign in patients with recurrent disease. [6] Signs and symptoms Approximately 30% of the patients present with a flu-like[] […] such as arthritis, Raynaud's phenomenon or immune thrombocytopenia).[] […] involvement manifestations are paraparesis or tetraparesis as well as sphincter dysfunction seen; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is usually performed in the presence of these signs[]

  • Cervical Osteoarthritis

    Phase-iii-Studien für die zervikale Dystonie mit überwieg essential hypertonia, Raynaud's disease, asthma, hyperventilation syndrome, tinnitus psychological. eine Schwellung[] Loss of sexual, bladder or bowel function (often a late sign). Lhermitte's sign (neck flexion causes 'electric shock'-type sensation radiating down the spine).[] The contraindications of cryotherapy are; cold hypersensitivity, cold intolerance, cryoglobulinemia, paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria, raynaud’s disease or phenomenon, over[]

  • Cisplatin Toxicity

    ’s phenomenon [ 22 ].[] The spectrum of difficulties span peripheral sensory neuropathy, hearing loss, autonomic neuropathy, Lhermitte's sign, seizures, and encephalopathy (happens to 85% at dose[] Lhermitte's sign, dorsal column myelopathy, and autonomic neuropathy have also been reported. Loss of taste and seizures have also been reported.[]

  • Rib Tumor

    RA Osteomalacia Osteoporosis Mucopolysaccharidosis Thermal injury, burns, frostbite Scleroderma Hyperparathyroidism Psoriasis Raynaud’s disease Leprosy Idiopathic (Legg-Calve-Perthe[] "Early delayed radiation-induced myelopathy" can manifest from six weeks to six months after treatment; the usual symptom is a Lhermitte sign ("a brief, unpleasant sensation[] […] anomaly Ellis-Van Creveld syndrome Carpenter’s syndrome Carpenter’s syndrome Apert’s syndrome Poland’s syndrome Rheumatoid Arthritis Hyperparathyroidism Scleroderma Paget’s disease[]

  • Medial Sclerosis

    Excludes: chilblains ( T69.1 ) frostbite ( T33-T35 ) immersion hand or foot ( T69.0 ) spasm of cerebral artery ( G45.9 ) I73.0 Raynaud's syndrome Raynaud's: · disease · gangrene[] sign : a shooting electric sensation that travels down the spine when the patient flexes his/her neck Absent abdominal reflex Pyramidal tract lesion: upper motor neuron weakness[] ’s sign of an electrical sensation running down the back when the neck is flexed; and trigeminal neuralgia presenting as facial pain or weakness.[]

  • Cervical Nerve Root Avulsion

    Differential Diagnosis Ulnar neuropathy at Guyon’s canal in the hand C8 radiculopathy Thoracic outlet syndrome (medial cord of brachial plexus C8-T1) Raynaud’s disease dd.[] This is called Lhermitte's sign, and is typically associated with cervical cord involvement.[] Differential Diagnosis C6 radiculopathy Proximal median nerve compression Anterior interosseus syndrome Lateral cord of brachial plexus compression Raynaud’s disease / vascular[]

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