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271 Possible Causes for Numbness, Oscillopsia, Pulsatile Tinnitus, Tremor

  • Arnold Chiari Malformation

    Oscillopsia and nystagmus began in a woman 2 weeks after an inadvertent lumbar puncture during anesthesia for childbirth.[] Blepharoclonus (BLC) denotes a large amplitude, involuntary tremors of the orbicularis oculi muscles, observed during gentle closure of the eyelids.[] There’s also strong evidence that suggests that cannabinoids contained in cannabis reduce muscle tremors and spasticity because of their activation of the cannabinoid receptors[] […] atypical onset of symptoms, poor response to therapy, and physical findings suggested the possibility of a radicular or central neurologic etiology for the patient's hand numbness[]

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    […] internuclear ophthalmoplegia (often bilateral) trigeminal neuralgia diplopia (e.g. due to abducens nerve palsy ) vertigo cerebellum involvement: ataxia and gait disturbance oscillopsia[] Other symptoms that may be treated with drugs include seizures, vertigo, and tremor.[] This may be experienced through increased: Fatigue Numbness or tingling Vision problems, such as double vision Spasticity or stiffness of the muscles Difficulty controlling[] PPMS tends to affect walking and mobility more than other functions, while relapsing MS types cause numbness, spasticity, vision problems, and cognitive decline.[]

    Missing: Pulsatile Tinnitus
  • Multiple Sclerosis

    […] internuclear ophthalmoplegia (often bilateral) trigeminal neuralgia diplopia (e.g. due to abducens nerve palsy ) vertigo cerebellum involvement: ataxia and gait disturbance oscillopsia[] Abstract Based on one patient's enthusiastic report, eight patients with multiple sclerosis, seriously disabled with tremor and ataxia, were given oral tetrahydrocannabinol[] A disorder of the central nervous system marked by weakness, numbness, a loss of muscle coordination, and problems with vision, speech, and bladder control.[] "Therapeutic external ophthalmoplegia with bilateral retrobulbar botulinum toxin- an effective treatment for acquired nystagmus with oscillopsia".[]

    Missing: Pulsatile Tinnitus
  • Cerebellar Neoplasm

    […] begin with tumor relapse: 20% Ataxia: Trunk & Limb Severe Pancerebellar Trunk & Limb Dysarthria Oculomotor Nystagmus (100%): Rotary or Vertical in 50%; Including downbeating Oscillopsia[] About 36% of glomus jugulare paragangliomas extend into the cranial cavity and produce headache, pulsatile tinnitus and lower cranial nerve involvement; rarely, signs of catecholamine[] They cover: uncoordinated movements, gait, balance disorders, tremors, and dizziness , among others.[] Tumors in the parts of the cerebrum (the large, outer part of the brain) that control movement or sensation can cause weakness or numbness of part of the body, often on just[]

  • Vertebral Artery Dissection

    […] deviation Difficulty swallowing Slurred speech and/or hoarse voice Hearing loss (unilateral) Hiccups Double vision Movement of objects in the visual field with head movement (oscillopsia[] “whooshing” sound in one of the ears, known as pulsatile tinnitus, or a sudden decrease in sense of taste and/or weakness on one side of the body.[] […] deficits, including weakness, paralysis of a limb or the entire body, impairment of hearing or vision, impairment or loss of speech, disturbance or loss of sensation, and tremors[] During admission, tingling over V1/V2 facial territory, vertigo, hypotension, uvula deviation and right lower limb numbness.[]

  • Disorder of Basilar Artery

    The hearing loss is also likely associated with a vestibular impairment, causing vertigo, visual disorders and oscillopsia associated with head movements and walking.[] This can cause tremor. See the table above for other symptoms.[] There are also many other causes of pulsatile tinnitus. Finally, some patients with dissection develop a stroke (see below).[] Your doctor may ask if you have had symptoms of a stroke (muscle weakness or numbness, lightheadedness, or trouble talking or seeing).[]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia - Neuropathy - Vestibular Areflexia Syndrome

    Visual Sciences and Neurology, Washington University School of Medicine Description A 67 year old woman presented with 1 year of progressive numbness, gait instability, and oscillopsia[] This results in several curious symptoms, such as autophony (hearing one’s voice abnormally loudly), pulsatile tinnitus (hearing your heartbeat or pulse in your ear), and[] Essential tremorDavid WilliamsAlfred Hospital and Monash University, VICThe earliest descriptions of essential tremor (ET) in the 19th cen-tury reported isolated tremor as[] Thoracic outlet syndrome among other things can pinch a nerve in the neck or the chest region causing numbness and weakness in the hands.[]

  • Vestibulocochlear Nerve Disease

    This is called oscillopsia, which can make reading and writing really tough.[] Full neurological examination is needed, looking particularly for signs suggesting a central lesion, such as: Hemiparesis Tremor Loss of balance Involvement of the V th, VI[] For pulsatile tinnitus and typewriter tinnitus, the contact is at the peripheral nervous system segment.[] Trigeminal nerve (facial numbness) b. Lower cranial nerves and brainstem (swallowing difficulties, cerebellar symptoms, nystagmus, gait changes) c.[]

  • Acoustic Neuroma

    The typical presentation is with adult-onset sensorineural hearing loss or non-pulsatile tinnitus .[] Cerebellar dysfunction is intention tremor and gait ataxia (unsteady walking).[] […] the face (33%), headache (19 to 29%), dizziness (23%), facial paresis (17%), and trigeminal nerve disturbances (hypesthesia, paresthesia, and neuralgia) (12 to 45%).[] The typical presentation is with adult-onset sensorineural hearing loss or non-pulsatile tinnitus.[]

    Missing: Oscillopsia
  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    […] paradoxical inversion of the opticokinetic response (the direction of the quick recovery phase is the same as that of the drum rotation instead of in the opposite direction) oscillopsia[] Malignant melanoma Obese woman, HA transient visual Sx, pulsatile tinnitus, papilledema, visual field loss, 6th nerve palsy Pseudotumor cerebri (idiopathic intracranial HTN[] Tremor Cerebellar lesions can produce unilateral or bilateral intention tremor, or a truncal tremor.[] Hypesthesia indicates partial reduction of a sensory modality and anesthesia absence of the sensory modality, not to be confused with surgical anesthesia which can mean loss[]

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