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1,472 Possible Causes for Microcephaly (2-3 SD), Ocular Muscle Palsies, Slow Speech

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  • Dysequilibrium Syndrome

    Microcephaly (-3 to -4 SD below the mean) has been reported in a few affected individuals. Life span.[] Short stature (height just below the 2 nd centile) is a feature in a few affected individuals. Deep tendon reflexes in the lower extremities tend to be brisk.[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Speech may become slow, slurred, and hesitant. People with multiple sclerosis may become unable to control emotional responses and may laugh or cry inappropriately.[] […] or difficult speech purple patches or pinpoint dots (rash) on the skin decreased urination or blood in the urine Interferon beta-1a may cause other side effects.[] Slow, slurred, and hesitant speech Mood Mood swings Inappropriate elation or giddiness (euphoria) Depression Inability to control emotions (for example, crying or laughing[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Myasthenia Gravis

    Speech may be slow and slurred, or have a nasal quality. In some cases, a singing hobby or profession must be abandoned.[] Its main symptoms, which the ophthalmologist may encounter, are ptosis, diplopia, variable extra-ocular muscle palsies or incomitant strabismus, and external ophthalmoplegia[] Essentially any pattern of dysfunctional ocular movement may develop so that isolated muscle palsies or total immobility of the eyes will accrue, sometimes mimicking other[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Migraine

    In ophthalmoplegic migraine, the patient may present with a third nerve palsy, with ocular muscle paralysis, including or sparing the pupillary response, as well as ptosis[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Binswanger Disease

    Other prominent features of the disease include urinary incontinence, difficulty walking, clumsiness, slowness of conduct, lack of facial expression, and speech difficulty[] […] that control eye movement ophthalmoplegic migraine form of migraine characterized by periorbital pain and ocular cranial nerve palsy (usually the third nerve and including[] Frequent pauses in your speech while searching for words Slow speech Difficulty repeating phrases or sentences Progressive Nonfluent-agrammatic Aphasia (PNFA) Difficulty[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Boxer's Dementia

    […] in thinking, dysarthric speech, and slow, uncertain movements, especially of the legs. epileptic dementia a progressive mental and intellectual deterioration that occurs[] A diagnosis of recurrent microvascular ischaemic sixth nerve palsy was made. Ocular examination revealed esotropia for distance and exophoria for near vision.[] The report noted that boxers who suffer from this condition will commonly experience tremors, slowed movement, speech problems and confusion.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Hydrocephalus

    […] or halted developmental progress in speech, reasoning, or other age-appropriate milestones.[] He eventually began to talk and now at age 7 hasn’t slowed down! (click here to continue) JayLynn was diagnosed with hydrocephalus in utero at 21 weeks.[] […] accommodate the buildup of cerebrospinal fluid, they may experience different symptoms, such as severe headaches along with nausea and vomiting, vision problems, lethargy, and slowed[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Obstructive Hydrocephalus

    We present the case of a 16-year-old boy who presented with bilateral intention tremor and slowed speech as a result of obstructive hydrocephalus secondary to a tectal glioma[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    Patients present with a slow onset of nonspecific symptoms such as headache, vertigo, movement disorders, syncope, and seizures.[] . - Ocular: pupillary changes. Extraocular muscle palsy; gaze palsy: nystagmus. Hypothalamus.[] Cranial nerve VI (abducens) palsy causes weakness of the lateral rectus muscle and results in medial deviation of the eye, decreased abduction, and horizontal diplopia.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)
  • Alcoholic Cerebellar Degeneration

    Slowed and slurred speech 5. Nystagmus (quick, small actions of the eyes.) Is there a known treatment for Alcoholic Cerebellar Degeneration?[] Also frequent are paresis or palsy of the ocular lateral rectus muscles (abducens nerves) and conjugate gaze paresis (dysconjugate gaze).[] A 41 yo female with slow progressive ataxia, slurred speech since last 15 years. Truncal ataxia on neurological examination.[]

    Missing: Microcephaly (2-3 SD)