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514 Possible Causes for Numbness of the Tongue, Seizure

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    An 18-year old woman, presenting with seizures, had an MRI of the head which suggested the presence of a malignant lesion.[] […] back or pelvic pain – due to bone metastasis Abdominal pain and yellowing of skin – due to liver metastasis Coughing and chest pain – spread of cancer cells to the lungs Seizures[]

  • Lidocaine

    We herein report a case of seizure attack during anesthesia induction with low-dose fentanyl and lidocaine in a young child with no history of seizures.[] It begins with numbness of the tongue, lightheadedness, and visual disturbances and progresses to muscle twitching, unconsciousness, and seizures, then coma, respiratory arrest[] The toxicity begins with numbness of the tongue, lightheadedness, and visual disturbances and progresses to muscle twitching, unconsciousness, and seizures, then coma, respiratory[]

  • Leigh's Disease

    The importance of obtaining a blood or cerebrospinal fluid lactate in all infants with unexplained seizures, cortical blindness or apnoea is emphasized.[] A previously-well 32-year-old woman presented with episodes of severe headache, neck pain, numbness of the tongue and facial sweating.[] Neurological symptoms include cognitive impairment, hypotonia, ataxia, tremor, polyneuropathy, hyporeflexia, seizures, as well as generalized weakness.[]

  • Radix Aconiti

    […] volatile emotions; inner restlessness, insomnia; general sense of muddled-ness and confusion, chaotic thought patterns; visual and/or auditory hallucinations; epileptic seizures[] Overdose will cause numbness of the lips, tongue, and extremities, vomiting, facial pallor, irritability, decrease in the pulse rate and blood pressure, difficulty in breathing[] •Symptoms of the nervous system, e.g. dizziness, headache, numbness of mouth and tongue, limbs or body, blurred vision, hearing impairment or even coma, paralysis.[]

  • DDT Exposure

    MDAC should be used with caution because patients are at increased risk for seizures [22] and consequent aspiration.[] Seizures may begin without any prodromal signs or symptoms. If the patient is paralyzed after intubation, electroencephalographic monitoring is warranted.[] Termination of seizure activity should be attempted using traditional treatment algorithms, starting with benzodiazepines and progressing if necessary to phenytoin or fosphenytoin[]

  • Bell's Palsy

    Organic personality syndrome, organic affective syndrome, psychotic manifestations and seizures are more common side effects of PEG-IFN-α whereas cranial neuropathy and movement[] His face went tingly, his tongue went numb, one eye wouldn't shut. He was a freshman in high school.[] And the next day we were sitting in church and I was in the back of the pew and my tongue was numb.[]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Seizures and SE episodes worsened during MS relapses in the first patient.[] In epileptic patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), cortical lesions have been suggested to cause seizures.[] Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) encephalitis is an autoimmune disorder characterised by psychiatric symptoms, movement disorder and seizures often evolving into[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    The results demonstrate that hygrine and cuscohygrine are not found neither in the urine of cocaine abusers nor in cocaine seizures.[] Cocaine is a white crystalline, powdery substance.The drug tastes bitter and numbs the tongue and lips.[] Unsuspected cocaine abuse is common and may provoke prolonged status epilepticus, particularly if there is a low seizure threshold.[]

  • Sialolithiasis

    Topiramate is an antiepileptic drug indicated for the treatment of seizure disorders, migraine prophylaxis, and, more recently, weight loss.[] Numbness of the Tongue . The lingual nerve which supplies feeling to the side of the tongue can become bruised as a result of surgery.[] If this occurs you will experience a tingly or numb feeling in the tongue, similar to the sensation after having an injection at the dentist.[]

  • Gloriosa Superba

    Seizures, bone marrow failure and death have been reported. Contact with the tubers or sap may cause contact irritation of the skin.[] […] of lips, tongue, and throat, thirst, fever, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, difficult breathing, convulsions Toxic Principle: Alkaloids (colchicine and others) and resins Severity[] […] dehydration . [10] As the toxic syndrome progresses, rhabdomyolysis , ileus , [9] respiratory depression , hypotension , coagulopathy , haematuria , altered mental status , seizures[]

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