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266 Possible Causes for Myasthenia Gravis, Tongue Weakness, Vacuolization

  • Oculo-Pharyngo-Distal Myopathy

    Muscular dystrophy changes with rimmed vacuoles were the main histopathological changes.[] Because of this progress, we are now recognizing new neuromuscular di seases as well as diagnosing more subtle cases of myasthenia gravis, myotonia, and metabolic myopathies[] […] muscles Bulbar Dysphagia: Oropharyngeal Dysarthria: Hoarse & Nasal voice Tongue weakness Limbs Legs Arms Distal: Anterior tibial; Finger extensors Onset: 5 years after disease[]

  • Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy

    In contrast, patients with distal myopathy with rimmed vacuoles revealed many rimmed vacuoles, on average in 20% of the fibers, and their oculopharyngeal muscles were spared[] Here we describe a case of a 45-year-old woman with antibody positive myasthenia gravis since age 16, who then develops treatment-resistant weakness due to genetically proven[] Symptoms may include: difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) tongue weakness and atrophy weakness in the proximal muscles drooping eyelids (ptosis) difficulty gazing upwards and[]

  • Progressive Bulbar Palsy

    IVIg) Myopathies, including inclusion body myositis, which is characterized by wasting and weakness of deep finger flexors and the quadriceps femoris with typical rimmed vacuoles[] Differentiation of juvenile progressive bulbar palsy from bulbar myasthenia gravis is difficult.[] Clinical manifestations include dysarthria, dysphagia, facial weakness, tongue weakness, and fasciculations of the tongue and facial muscles.[]

  • Myopathy

    Both patients demonstrated myogenic abnormalities on electromyography, multiple glycogen-containing vacuoles and undetectable muscle myophosphorylase activity on muscle biopsy[] INTRODUCTION: The association of myasthenia gravis (MG) and inflammatory myopathy is rare and often only one of the diseases is diagnosed.[] General Asymmetry Distal Proximal Hereditary Face & Periocular With EOM Weakness No EOM Weakness Limb-Girdle Syndromes Focal Congenital Cranial Bulbar EOM Ptosis Tongue Trunk[]

  • Distal Myopathy Type 3

    Tubulofilamentous inclusion, myeloid bodies, and autophagic vacuoles in the area corresponding to rimmed vacuoles ( d ; bar 1 μm).[] ., myasthenia gravis, botulism). Localizing neurologic deficits can help the physician focus the diagnostic work-up 6, 10 – 12 ( Table 3 6, 9 – 12 ).[] (ie, tongue and pharyngeal weakness) is manifested by symptoms of dysarthria and dysphagia.[]

  • Hereditary Proximal Myopathy with Early Respiratory Failure

    TDP43 immunoreactivity was observed adjacent to rimmed vacuoles and in areas around cytoplasmic bodies.[] Myasthenia gravis. Cerebral palsy. Spinal muscular atrophy. Congenital hypomyelinating neuropathies.[] Other regions: Some patients Cranial nerves: Face; Tongue Posterior neck : Head ptosis Back: Camptocormia Asymmetric : Often Progression Slow: Over 1 to 2 decades To severe[]

  • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Type 2G

    Frequent rimmed vacuoles were observed.[] Seite 278 - FM (1977) Immune complexes (IgG and C3) at the motor endplate in myasthenia gravis.[] Involvement of the heart, respiratory muscles or tongue. (Facial weakness is not usual.)[]

  • Secondary Myopathy

    Sensorimotor neuropathy Hypothyroid (amiodarone) Elevated serum CK EMG: fibs, PSWs, myotonia (choroquine), myopathic MUAPs NCS: axonal sensorimotor neuropathy Autophagic vacuoles[] MYASTHENIA GRAVIS Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune muscle disease characterized by progressively increasing weakness with exertion and recovery of strength with rest or[] (ie, tongue and pharyngeal weakness) is manifested by symptoms of dysarthria and dysphagia.[]

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    Familial distal myopathy with rimmed vacuole and lamellar (myeloid) body formation . J Neurol Sci, 1981; 51: 141–155.[] gravis Spinal muscular atrophy Appointments and Location (804) 828-CHOR (2467) Children's Pavilion - Level 3, Pod B ›› Meet the Team[] Symptoms include difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), tongue weakness, weakness in the proximal muscles, difficulty looking up or double-vision (diplopia), and closing or drooping[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    Incorporation of sucrose into lysosomes causes swelling of epithelial cells and cytoplasmic vacuolization of the tubules, especially in the proximal tubules.[] ‡Including, but not limited to, brainstem ischaemia, myasthenia gravis and botulism.[] Lofaso , Tongue weakness is associated with respiratory failure in patients with severe Guillain‐Barré syndrome , Acta Neurologica Scandinavica , 119 , 6 , (364-370) , (2008[]

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