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66 Possible Causes for Myoclonic Jerking, Thrust Tongue

  • Angelman Syndrome

    In addition, there was improvement in the myoclonic jerks, sleep pattern, and developmental progress.[] Source: Physical findings include postnatal microcephaly, small flat occiput, a protruding thrusting tongue, prominent jaw, strabismus, and hypopigmentation of the skin, hair[] She was initially treated with vigabatrin which resulted in worsening of myoclonic jerks.[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium

    Perform a jaw thrust maneuver when the airway is in place to lift the jaw, and consequently the tongue, preventing airway occlusion.[] If there is suspicion of cervical spine trauma, use a jaw thrust maneuver. Next insert an oral or nasal airway.[]

  • Postictal State

    Thus, myoclonic jerks occurring in the context of typical absence seizures do not worsen the prognosis. [4] Other distinct absence syndromes with a prominent myoclonic component[] Although clinical behaviors such as apnea, tongue thrusting, sucking movements, and ocular nystagmus can be part of clinical seizure, when these occur in isolation, they do[] Loss of consciousness may be the only clinical manifestation (as in absence attacks) of the seizure, or there may be a variety of motor manifestations (myoclonic jerks, tonic[]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    Myoclonic seizures A myoclonic seizure is a seizure where a single jerk or series of single jerks (very brief muscle jerks) occur.[] Side-to-side head movement Rare More common Tongue biting Occasional Occasional Crying during the attack Rare More common Talking during the attack Rare More common To find[] […] of the body occurs about 30 seconds later clonic phase confusion or drowsiness for minutes to hours after Myoclonic Seizures sudden, brief, almost instantaneous jerks of[]

  • Alpers Syndrome

    I hoping she will stop thrusting her tongue against her teeth...poor tongue is so mangled from being bit so often, breaks my heart.[] Epilepsia partialis continua (EPC) is a specific type of motor seizures in which myoclonic jerks of a one part of a body occur for hours or even days.[] The jerks are sometimes referred to as ‘myoclonic jerks’.[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Myoclonic Jerk Disorder and Blepharospasm Myoclonic jerk disorder and blepharospasm, while broadly classified under the group of tic disorders, are more accurately referred[] thrusting banging body jerking body slamming chewing clothes copropraxia* echopraxia* hair twisting hitting hopping jumping kicking kissing picking pinching pulling clothes[] Abstract Myoclonic epilepsies comprise a heterogeneous group of epileptic syndromes characterized by myoclonic jerks, generalized tonic-clonic seizures (GTCSs), and sometimes[]

  • Neonatal Seizures

    Benign neonatal sleep myoclonus, an entity characterized by (1) neonatal onset, (2) myoclonic jerks only during sleep, (3) abrupt and consistent cessation with arousal, (4[] thrusting, lip smacking etc. c) Limb movements - cycling, paddling, boxing etc. d) Autonomic phenomena-tachycardia or bradycardia. e) Apnea may be a rare manifestation of[] Now, you might be confused as to the difference between a clonic and and myoclonic seizure. Both of them involve jerk or shock-like movements.[]

  • Bruxism

    A burning sensation on the tongue (see: glossodynia),[10] possibly related to a coexistent "tongue thrusting" parafunctional activity.[] Videopolysomnography revealed myoclonic jerks involving the masticatory and facial muscles recurring mainly during NREM sleep.[] thrusting (where the tongue is pushed against the front teeth forcefully).[4] There is evidence that sleep bruxism is caused by mechanisms related to the central nervous[]

  • Psychogenic Movement Disorders

    Myoclonic jerks may occur alone or in sequence, in a pattern or without pattern. Increased startle or startle-like movements are frequent.[] Syndrome Clues Pseudoparalysis Drop test Hoover test Adductor sign Pseudosensory syndromes Tuning fork test Bowlus and Currier test Yes-no test Pseudoseizures No lateral tongue[] Electroencephalograph EEG helps to correlate the cortical activity with muscle activity and may help in identifying the origin of myoclonic jerks and differentiating organic[]

  • Orofacial Dyskinesia

    It is characterized by brief and abrupt myoclonic jerks (common occurrence in 90% of patients) and seizures.[] The victim of this condition grimaces, thrusts his tongue, swings his jaw and makes chewing motions.[] […] of the pelvis (duck-like gait) Jaw swinging Repetitive chewing Rapid eye blinking Tongue thrusting Restlessness When TD is diagnosed, the health care provider will either[]

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