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1,289 Possible Causes for Mild Dysarthria, Tongue Muscle Weakness, Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia

  • Progressive Bulbar Palsy

    The patient presented with Broca’s aphasia along with typical symptoms of PBP, including dysarthria, dysphasia, and mild quadriparesis.[] Clinical manifestations include dysarthria, dysphagia, facial weakness, tongue weakness, and fasciculations of the tongue and facial muscles.[] A motor neuron disease marked by progressive weakness of the muscles innervated by cranial nerves of the lower brain stem.[]

    Missing: Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Pseudobulbar Palsy

    Synonym: supranuclear palsy Muscles affected: (1) jaw (2) tongue (3) soft palate (4) pharynx (5) larynx (6) face Clinical findings in affected muscles: (1) spasticity (2)[] A 28-year-old, previously healthy, normotensive woman suddenly developed an acute pseudobulbar palsy with dysarthria, dysphagia, hypernasal voice and mild right arm paresis[] Facial muscle weakness, emotional lability, dysarthria (slowed or slurred speech), dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), dysphonia (vocal cord muscle spasms) and progressive[]

    Missing: Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    […] signs of muscle weakness in your mouth and tongue Muscle twitches Muscles that have shrunk in size, have unusual reflexes, or are tight and rigid Emotional changes such has[] Some degree of eyelid ptosis or diplopia, usually mild, is found in 25% of patients. Occasionally, difficulty chewing, dysphagia, or dysarthria is present.[] […] movement of the facial muscles and tongue; and weak palatal movement.[]

    Missing: Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere Syndrome

    weakness ; Nocturnal hypoventilation ; Peripheral neuropathy ; Progressive ; Proximal muscle weakness ; Ptosis ; Recurrent respiratory infections ; Respiratory distress ;[] This resulted in a dramatic improvement in her motor function from being anarthric, dysphagic, tetraparetic and in ventilatory failure to living independently with mild dysarthria[] Mild dysphonia and dysarthria persisted due to moderate vocal cord and facial muscle paresis.[]

  • Syringobulbia

    With extension into the medulla (syringobulbia), symptoms may include dysphagia, nystagmus, pharyngeal and palatal weakness, tongue atrophy, and sensory loss in the trigeminal[] Lumbar syringomyelia can cause leg muscle atrophy with dissociated sensory loss in lumbosacral dermatomes, with decreased or absent reflexes.[]

    Missing: Mild Dysarthria Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Cyanogenic Glycoside

    Open access peer-reviewed chapter By Islamiyat Folashade Bolarinwa, Moruf Olanrewaju Oke, Sulaiman Adebisi Olaniyan and Adeladun Stephen Ajala Submitted: April 27th 2016 Reviewed: July 13th 2016 Published: October 26th 2016 DOI: 10.5772/64886 Abstract Cyanogenic glycosides are natural plant toxins that are present[…][]

    Missing: Mild Dysarthria Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Spinal Pachymeningitis

    Hypertrophic spinal pachymeningitis (HSP) is a comparatively rare disease characterized by hypertrophic inflammation of the dura mater and clinical symptoms that progress from local pain to myelopathy. The authors report two cases of recurrent HSP and review the English- and Japanese-language literature focusing[…][]

    Missing: Mild Dysarthria Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Stroke

    weakness of the face balance problems and nystagmus altered breathing and heart rate weakness in sternocleidomastoid muscle with inability to turn head to one side weakness[] Multidisciplinary care ensured that her sensorimotor deficit resolved grossly with only mild dysarthria and right-hand fine motor incoordination.[] All patients had dysarthria, with only one having mild tongue weakness and only four having facial weakness.[]

    Missing: Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Familial Infantile Myoclonic Epilepsy

    dysarthria, ataxia and borderline-to-moderate intellectual disability.[] weakness Sleepiness Confusion Loss of bowel or bladder control Diagnosis An epilepsy diagnosis is often made during an emergency visit for a seizure.[] […] infantile epilepsy syndrome disease characterized by neonatal- to infancy-onset myoclonic focal seizures occurring in various members of a family, associated in some with mild[]

    Missing: Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia
  • Dieffenbachia Poisoning

    Dieffenbachia is a type of house plant with large, colorful leaves. Poisoning can occur if you eat the leaves, stalk, or root of this plant. This article is for information only. DO NOT use it to treat or manage an actual poison exposure. If you or someone you are with has an exposure, call your local emergency[…][]

    Missing: Mild Dysarthria Truncal and Appendicular Hypotonia