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83 Possible Causes for MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal, Night Terrors

  • Epilepsy

    Examples include: Breath holding Fainting (syncope) Facial or body twitching (myoclonus) Sleep disorders ( night terrors, sleepwalking, and cataplexy) They may occur just[] MRIs provide a detailed image of your brain to identify abnormalities. CT scans can reveal tumors and other obstructions.[] These include breath-holding spells, bed wetting, night terrors, tics and shudder attacks.[84] Gastroesophageal reflux may cause arching of the back and twisting of the head[]

  • Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis

    Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis is a progressive, usually fatal brain disorder occurring months to usually years after an attack of measles. It causes mental deterioration, myoclonic jerks, and seizures. Diagnosis involves EEG, CT or MRI, CSF examination, and measles serologic testing. Treatment is supportive. Most[…][]

  • Parasomnia

    Night Terrors Night terrors (also known as Pavor Nocturnus) are characterized by a sudden arousal from sleep with a piercing scream or cry.[] Imaging studies Imaging studies (for example, CT scan and MRI of the brain) are not routinely indicated in persons who have no neurologic cause of RBD, but they may be done[] Night Terrors: When the individual wakes up from sleep abruptly in an unstable and confused state, unable to communicate what had occurred, it is called night terror, a type[]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    I told my doctor and as soon as I stopped taking it the night terrors stopped. I have not had them since or before![] These let doctors see inside the brain and identify any areas that look abnormal. Although both are painless, they do require children to be still.[] brain abnormalities magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to detect tumors beneath the bones of the skull electroencephalography (EEG) to measure the electrical activity in the[]

  • Insomnia

    terrors, sleepwalking, sleep talking, limb movement disorders, restless legs syndrome.[] Her MRI scan of the brain showed no significant abnormality. Electroencephalogram showed loss of slow-wave activity.[] terror) Sleep which is interrupted by nightmares Small amounts of sleep with cat napping at other times Occasional complete absence of sleep Not so normal Any of the above[]

  • REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

    Many people mistake REM sleep behavior disorder for sleepwalking or night terrors.[] Imaging studies Imaging studies (for example, CT scan and MRI of the brain) are not routinely indicated in persons who have no neurologic cause of RBD, but they may be done[] On the other hand, people who sleepwalk or have night terrors are usually confused and groggy upon waking and don’t become rapidly alert.[]

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    terrors.[] There was particular concern on the patient’s third presentation given her continued fatigue, urinary retention, and new-onset headaches and night terrors.[] […] also complained of severe fatigue, 1 week of frontal headaches, urinary retention, intermittent erythematous rash around her eyes and behind her knees, and an increase in night[]

  • Pontine Glioma

    Calle developed night terrors. She began talking in her sleep for hours at a time.[]

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    terrors Bed wetting Failure to thrive (weight loss or poor weight gain) Excessive daytime sleepiness[] Imaging tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs, can help your doctor determine if any structural abnormalities in your brain or head are causing your nystagmus.[] ) daytime sleepiness or behavior problems sleepwalking or night terrors Because it's hard for them to get a good night's sleep, kids might: have a hard time waking up in the[]

  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    Patient 3, an 8-year-old boy, had a history of restless legs at night, enuresis, night terrors, visual hallucinations, cyclic abdominal pain, and nausea.[] Rarely, some children with Panayiotopoulos syndrome have been reported to have had abnormal brain scans.[] Night terrors : these affect children aged between about 6 and 8 years, who suddenly awaken from a sound sleep, wide-eyed, screaming, and inconsolable.[]

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