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29 Possible Causes for Narrow Hands, Peripheral Pulse Decreased, Syncope

  • Coronary Atherosclerosis

    […] about 20 years ago, contemporary thoughts are that BrS may be responsible for many sudden cardiac deaths and is associated with ventricular dysrhythmias that can lead to syncope[] Peripheral artery disease where narrowing of the arteries affects the legs, feet, arms, and hands—typically predicts CAD.[] Weakness and severe tiredness (fatigue) especially during periods of activity Nausea Sweating Chest pain that eases with rest Chest pain that happens even at rest Fainting (syncope[]

  • Hypotension

    Non-pharmacological therapy is often effective in preventing vasovagal syncope.[] On the other hand, a dilated artery wall exerts reduced resistance, which results in low blood pressure.[] On the other hand, when veins narrow, less blood is stored in the veins, more blood returns to the heart for pumping into the arteries, and blood pressure is higher.[]

  • Aortic Valve Stenosis

    A 66-year-old man was admitted due to repeated syncope, and the electrocardiogram showed complete atrioventricular block (CAVB).[] As the narrowing becomes more severe, however, they may develop fatigue, shortness of breath, palpitations (sense of racing heart beat), fainting, or chest pain during sports[] These can lead to syncope.[]

  • Raynaud's Disease

    Treatment with nifedipine stopped recurrent syncope in all patients. Syncope related to RD may result from brainstem ischemia.[] When you are cold or stressed, the arteries in your extremities (fingers, hands, feet, toes) narrow, or constrict.[] Raynaud's (say "ray-NOHZ") phenomenon is a problem when the blood vessels in the hands and feet are extra sensitive and become more narrow than normal.[]

  • Raynaud Phenomenon

    Chapter 48 Raynaud’s Phenomenon In its simplest form, local syncope is a condition perfectly compatible with health.[] Raynaud's (say "ray-NOHZ") phenomenon is a problem when the blood vessels in the hands and feet are extra sensitive and become more narrow than normal.[] The blood vessels are extra sensitive and become more narrow than normal, making the hands and feet feel very cold and numb for a short time.[]

  • Arteriosclerosis

    , carotid artery bruits, and focal neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease: Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene[] If they show white spots, it could indicate that your leg arteries are narrowed down and not enough blood can reach your feet.[] Adams-Stokes Disease Adams-Stokes disease, also called Stokes-Adams disease, is a condition that leads to fainting ( syncope ) and sometimes convulsions.[]

  • Vasculitis

    Classically, children present with claudication, absent peripheral pulses, blood pressure abnormalities, strokes, and features of internal organ ischemia.[] In the late stage of the disease, there is occlusion of the arteries and symptoms such as syncope, dizziness, amaurosis fugax, stroke, angina, pulmonary hypertension and claudication[] Buerger's disease In Buerger’s disease (BGD), or thromboangiitis obliterans, small blood vessels in the hands and feet become inflamed and narrowed.[]

  • Diffuse Scleroderma

    Palpitations, irregular heartbeat, and fainting (syncope) due to abnormalities in the heart, for example, when the heart beats to slow or too fast (arrhythmia).[] Symptoms of scleroderma include Calcium deposits in connective tissues Raynaud's phenomenon, a narrowing of blood vessels in the hands or feet Swelling of the esophagus, the[] Symptoms and signs: exertional dyspnoea, syncope, right ventricular strain features. Research has attempted to define predictive screening tools.[]

  • Cardiogenic Shock

    Decreased stroke volume causes the pulse pressure to narrow (as is seen in cardiac tamponade).[] […] and collapse 2016 2017 2018 2019 Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Blackout Fainting Vasovagal attack Type 1 Excludes cardiogenic shock ( R57.0 ) carotid sinus syncope[] Lithium has a narrow therapeutic index, with a therapeutic level between 0.6 and 1.5 mEq/L.[]

  • Dissecting Aortic Aneurysm

    pulses (femoral/carotid/etc) equal Dissecting aortic aneurysm - Clinical signs Blood pressure discrepancy between arms Decrease in a femoral/carotid pulse[] Following a further syncopal attack with severe thoracic pain, the patient was hospitalized at the intensive care unit.[] He had long arms and legs, and large, narrow hands and feet.[]

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