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281 Possible Causes for Liver Failure, Myoclonic Jerking

  • Dementia

    ., anticonvulsant drugs); metabolic causes such as liver failure or kidney failure; and chronic subdural hematoma.[] , transaminases elevation, liver disorder and gastrointestinal haemorrhage.[] The SAEs considered to be treatment related in the atorvastatin group were hepatitis, acute renal failure/rhabdomyolysis/pancreatitis, abdominal pain/nausea/chest discomfort[]

  • Wilson Disease

    jerking similar to that seen in progressive myoclonic syndrome.[] failure, leaving liver transplantation as the only viable treatment option.[] Rarely, WD can present as acute liver failure (ALF) and this disease is universally fatal in the absence of liver transplantation.[]

  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    Clinical findings include seizures, ataxia, alopecia and dermatitis with atypical findings of myoclonic jerks, neuropathy and spastic paraparesis.[] failure.[] Synchronous myoclonic jerks in all limbs can be seen in any patient who is slipping in and out of a drowsy sleep—also known as sleep-onset myoclonus .[]

  • Myoclonic Jerking

    ., adj myoclon ic. A single myoclonic arm or leg jerk is normal when the person is falling asleep. Myoclonic jerks are severe with grand mal seizures.[] failure brain tumors drug reaction kidney failure Celiac disease Rett syndrome Gaucher disease multiple sclerosis metabolic problems Parkinson’s disease Alzheimer’s disease[] Symptomatic (secondary) myoclonus Muscle jerks that occur as a result of an underlying medical condition, including: Head or spinal cord injury Infection Kidney or liver failure[]

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    Examples include heart failure , liver failure, shock . Another class of acute renal failure is post-renal.[] Later, as nitrogenous products accumulate, symptoms of uraemia may develop, including anorexia, nausea and vomiting, weakness, myoclonic jerks, seizures, confusion, and coma[] ) Extremely low blood pressure (shock) Liver failure (hepatorenal syndrome) Drugs that decrease blood flow to the kidneys Injury to the kidneys Blood supply to the kidneys[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    In newborns, hypoglycemia can produce irritability, jitters, myoclonic jerks, cyanosis, respiratory distress, apneic episodes, sweating, hypothermia, somnolence, hypotonia[] KEYWORDS: Hepatectomy; Hypoglycemia; Liver failure[] Severe infection Cancer causing poor oral intake or cancer involving the liver Adrenal insufficiency Kidney failure Liver failure Congenital, genetic defects in the regulation[]

  • Nocturnal Myoclonus Syndrome

    Myoclonus may develop in response to infection, head or spinal cord injury, stroke, brain tumors, kidney or liver failure, lipid storage disease, chemical or drug poisoning[] It has frequently been confused with, and should be clearly differentiated from, other normal jerking movements of sleep, such as partial myoclonic jerks and massive myoclonic[] failure, infection, head or spinal cord injury, or a metabolic condition.[]

  • Alpers Syndrome

    Epilepsia partialis continua (EPC) is a specific type of motor seizures in which myoclonic jerks of a one part of a body occur for hours or even days.[] The jerks are sometimes referred to as ‘myoclonic jerks’.[] Seizures may include epilepsia partialis continua, a type of seizure that consists of repeated myoclonic (muscle) jerks.[]

  • Niemann-Pick Disease Type C

    Here we report a male newborn infant with hydrops, pancytopenia, and acute liver failure who was listed for liver transplantation.[] The electromyographic (EMG) showed quasirhythmic myoclonic jerks during motor activation.[] failure.[]

  • Absence Seizure

    […] seizures), and juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME; generalised syndrome characterised by myoclonic jerks, generalised tonic-clonic seizures, and, less commonly, absence seizures[] The uncommon side effect most people are concerned about is hepatic (liver) failure (jaundice). The possibility of this is very slight.[] jerks.[]

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