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27 Possible Causes for Lower and Upper Limbs Affected, Otalgia

  • Herpes Zoster

    […] infection of the inner, middle and external ear characterised by herpetic blisters (small vesicles) of the skin of the external canal, pinna and/or the oral mucosa and severe otalgia[] upper and lower limb or abdominal musculature. 1 The prevalence of motor involvement is about 0.17% among patients with herpes zoster. 2 Abdominal or flank bulges typically[] Classically, reactivation of herpes zoster infection affects sensory nerve roots; however, it may extend to motor involvement, which can include paresis of diaphragmatic,[]

  • Lateral Sinus Thrombosis

    The patient presented with otorrhoea, otalgia, neck pain, fever and chills. Cortical mastoidectomy was performed. Intravenous antibiotics and heparin were administered.[] Upward development affects facial movements on the opposite side, and then progressively paralysis of the upper and lower limbs.[] The most common presenting symptoms were ear discharge, headache, otalgia, and fever. Radiologic evaluation included computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.[]

  • Bezold's Abscess

    Abstract A thirty-year-old female with Bezold's abscess as well as untreated diabetes presented with a right otalgia and otorrhea at the end of December 2011.[] Upward development affects facial movements on the opposite side, and then progressively paralysis of the upper and lower limbs.[] A typical presentation involves symptoms related to an otitis media complicated by mastoiditis, such as otalgia, otorrhea, post auricular pain or fever.[]

  • Petrositis

    The full clinical triad consists of otalgia, deep facial pain and diplopia—Gradenigo syndrome.[] Upward development affects facial movements on the opposite side, and then progressively paralysis of the upper and lower limbs.[] […] raises suspicion towards petrositis includes the following: Otorrhea, abducens nerve palsy, pain along the distribution of the trigeminal nerve (Gradenigo's syndrome) Fever Otalgia[]

  • Paresis

    After two months, he returned with otalgia, swallowing difficulty, and ipsilateral XII paresis.[] lower limb affecting dominant side convert 344.31 to ICD-10-CM 344.32 Monoplegia of lower limb affecting nondominant side convert 344.32 to ICD-10-CM 344.4 Monoplegia of[] Or, it could refer to one upper and one lower extremity and the face.[]

  • Phlegmasia Alba Dolens

    Symptoms and Signs Symptoms include gradual onset of severe unilateral sore throat, dysphagia, fever, otalgia, and asymmetric cervical adenopathy.[] PCD has an equal incidence in both genders, is more common in the sixth decade of life, and more frequently affects the lower limbs, although in 5% of the cases the upper[] […] include the following: Fever Malaise Headache Neck pain Throat pain (more severe on the affected side; occasionally referred to the ipsilateral ear) Dysphagia Change in voice Otalgia[]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    Facial paralysis, otalgia, and herpes zoster resulting from viral infection of the seventh cranial nerve and geniculate ganglion, a form of juvenile paralysis agitans associated[] affecting right nondominant side G83.14 Monoplegia of lower limb affecting left nondominant side G83.2 Monoplegia of upper limb Paralysis of upper limb Excludes1: monoplegia[] […] related to this - cerebellar tumor, an intention tremor that begins in one extremity gradually increasing in intensity and then involve other parts of body - facial paralysis, otalgia[]

  • Lemierre Syndrome

    Additional symptoms included sore throat, dysphagia and left otalgia.[] Postoperatively the patient regained power in her upper limbs, however there was no significant change in her lower limbs at 3 weeks post operatively.[] Sometimes, this may have concomitant trismus, otalgia and dysphagia [ 20 ].[]

  • Electrical Injury

    Symptoms at the time she was seen consisted of dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, fullness, difficulty with hearing, and otalgia. ABR was normal.[] It is as brief paralysis with loss of sensation that affects lower limbs more than the upper. Strength returns to normal within one or a few hours.[]

  • Osteoma

    Water and debris trapped medial to it can cause otitis externa, otorrhea and otalgia.[] Limb length discrepancy: This can be experienced in the upper or lower limbs.[] Osteomas manifest with similar symptoms as exostoses including conductive hearing loss, otorrhea, otalgia, otitis externa and cholesteatoma.[]

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