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388 Possible Causes for Lip Numbness, Seizure

  • Hypoglycemia

    Postoperatively the patient demonstrated both generalized and focal seizure activity.[] […] is a feeling of numbness and a tingling sensation in your mouth and/or lips.[] Signs and symptoms Sweating Shaking Nervousness Hunger Dizziness Faintness Pounding heart Personality change Confused thinking Impatience Crankiness Numbness of lips and tongue[]

  • Hyperventilation

    It is well known that hyperventilation induces absence seizures, and it has been reported that hyperventilation can induce complex partial seizures.[] Some neurological effects include numbness and tingling in your fingers, toes, lips, and other extremities; muscle tetany that leaves you with an uncontrolled cramp known[] After prolonged hyperventilation and immediate stimulation a seizure resulted with 33 s of motoric activity.[]

  • Hypocalcemia

    The symptoms of severe hypocalcemia can be remembered with the mnemonic 'CATS go numb': Convulsions, Arrhythmias, Tetany and numbness of hands, feet and lips.[] We report the case of an inaugural episode of generalized seizures in a 40-year-old male with a history of chronic kidney disease associated with TSC2-PKD1 contiguous gene[] Hypocalcemia is a potentially fatal electrolyte imbalance with complications that include seizures, tetany, prolonged QT interval, cardiomyopathy, and congestive heart failure[]

  • Insulinoma

    Hypoglycemia can cause multiple neuroglycopenic symptoms; seizures being one of them.[] We present the case of a 70 year old man who was admitted with history of generalized tonic clonic seizures on and off since 6 years in spite of being on regular therapy with[] This case highlights the importance of considering hypoglycemia in the evaluation of night terrors and new-onset seizures.[]

  • Panic Attacks

    Fear is a common affective change associated with some complex partial seizures (CPS) originating from the right temporal lobe.[] Numbness or tingling in the face, especially around the lips. May also occur in the extremities, chest, or even the entire body.[] Further history revealed subtle changes in her symptoms suggestive of complex partial seizures. Scalp EEG was normal, but an MRI revealed multiple meningiomas.[]

  • DDT Exposure

    MDAC should be used with caution because patients are at increased risk for seizures [22] and consequent aspiration.[] Seizures may begin without any prodromal signs or symptoms. If the patient is paralyzed after intubation, electroencephalographic monitoring is warranted.[] Termination of seizure activity should be attempted using traditional treatment algorithms, starting with benzodiazepines and progressing if necessary to phenytoin or fosphenytoin[]

  • Acute Hyperventilation

    It is possible that this patient was experiencing a seizure or pseudo-seizure. 6 However, we feel this is unlikely as the patient had no previous history of seizures.[] Other medications may be required to treat fever, seizures, or irregular heart beats.[] Glasgow Coma Scale score or to 8) following open or closed head injury, aggressive hyperventilation should be avoided in the prehospital setting, unless there are active seizures[]

  • Respiratory Alkalosis

    PURPOSE: Febrile seizures (FS) are the most common type of convulsive events in children.[] Because of poor seizure control, sulthiame was added to the treatment.[] Decreased mentation (mild to severe) and tetany or seizures may occur when alkalosis is severe.[]

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    He had been seizure free for 4 years and then began having one to two seizures per month. He re-entered counseling for presumed PNES, but his seizures continued.[] Diagnosis In conscious patients acute respiratory alkalosis can cause neurologic symptoms: dizziness, confusion, syncope, seizures, paresthesias (particularly perioral).[] Acute hyperventilation syndrome can be clinically misdiagnosed as epileptic seizures.[]

  • Jacksonian Seizure

    A Jacksonian seizure is a type of focal partial seizure, also known as a simple partial seizure.[] Symptoms often associated with a Jacksonian seizure are sudden head and eye movements, tingling, numbness, smacking of the lips, and sudden muscle contractions.[] , drooling , rhythmic muscle contractions in a part of the body, abnormal numbness, tingling, and a crawling sensation over the skin.[]

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