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13 Possible Causes for Nystagmus Decreases on Convergence, Urinary Incontinence

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    The nystagmus diminished briefly after blinks and horizontal saccades, and decreased during eccentric gaze and convergence.[] urinary incontinence HSP more frequently reported urinary incontinence ( χ 2 (1)   5.427, p Oral health 67 % rated their oral health as good or very good, while 13 % rated[] Some people also experience urinary problems; eg, incontinence or a sense of urgency even when the bladder is not full. [4] A study by Kanavin and Fjermestad found that of[]

  • Communicating Hydrocephalus

    We experienced a case of glioblastoma multiforme which exhibited dementia, gait disturbance, headache, and urinary incontinence six months after subtotal removal of the tumor[] The ocular motility disorder consisted of severe vertical gaze palsy and convergence retraction nystagmus.[] Symptoms were lethargy (N   5), headache (N   3), confusion (N   3), gait disturbance (N   3) and urinary incontinence (N   1); three patients presented resembling normal[]

  • Hereditary Nystagmus

    incontinence, and lower limb hyperreflexia and spasticity.[] Nystagmus may decrease when the eyes converge to read.[] […] intensity decreases when converging to view near objects in around 44% of individuals with IN. 8,12 However, there is no significant improvement in near VA at this time,[]

  • Oculodentodigital Dysplasia

    Less frequent ocular findings are nystagmus, palpebral fissure hypoplasia, epicanthal folds and convergent strabismus.[] Remarkably, neurological symptoms such as dysarthria, neurogenic bladder (manifested as urinary incontinence), spasticity or muscle weakness, ataxia, and epilepsy are other[] She was prone to frequent diarrhoea, urinary frequency, nocturia, urgency, and precipitancy with occasional urinary incontinence.[]

  • Infratentorial Tumor

    incontinence, or focal extremity weakness or sensory loss.[] ., the Parinaud syndrome: decreased upward gaze, near-light dissociation of the pupillary response, convergence nystagmus) are classically noted ( 22 ).[] Children with metastatic tumors (some primitive neuroectodermal or germ cell tumors) often present with metastases to the spinal cord and cauda equina, and may have back pain, urinary[]

  • Benign Paroxysmal Tonic Upgaze of Childhood with Ataxia

    Urinary incontinence is common in syncope. A family history of vasovagal syncope is common.[] In 7% nystagmus actually increases in upgaze and decreases in downgaze (1273,1275,1278).[] In upgaze the nystagmus usually decreases or is absent, though in a small number it reverses direction to upbeat (1273,1276).[]

  • Millard-Gubler Syndrome

    Motor area for leg and foot-c/l paralysis of foot and leg •Sensory area for foot and leg-c/l cortical sensory loss of foot and leg •Sensorimotor area in paracentral lobule- urinary[] […] palsy, or convergence-retraction nystagmus.[] incontinence •Medial surface of posterior frontal lobe-c/l grasp and suckling reflex •Cingulate gyrus and the medial inferior portions of frontal, parietal and temporal lobes-abulia[]

  • Van Buchem Disease

    Exophthalmos, optic atrophy, reduced visual fields, convergent strabismus, nystagmus, chronic headache, and decreased sensory function of the trigeminal nerve have been described[] incontinence, and skin wrinkles.[] […] healthcare treatment, planning, and assessment HK1035318A1 ( en ) 2005-07-29 Implantable particles for tissue bulking and the treatment of gastroesphageal reflux disease, urinary[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Congenital Nystagmus 3

    Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: The nystagmus is horizontal in type and accentuated by fixation and decreased by convergence.[] incontinence, and pes cavus.[] It is typically a horizontal jerk nystagmus and it may be associated with abnormal head movement and decreases in intensity with convergence.[]

  • Infantile Periodic Alternating Nystagmus

    It is not uncommon for epileptic seizures to have onset at sleep, urinary incontinence, injuries but rather uncommon for psychogenic non-epileptic seizures.[] All patients showed gaze-evoked nystagmus (GEN) and reversed optokinetic nystagmus. In 2 patients (patient 1 and 4), the nystagmus decreased on convergence.[] Urinary incontinence is common in syncope. A family history of vasovagal syncope is common.[]

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