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10 Possible Causes for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Palilalia, Toe-Walking Gait

  • COASY Protein-Associated Neurodegeneration

    disorder.[] […] within 10–15 years after onset - Dystonia severe, generalized: status dystonicus may be seen • Atypical PKAN: slow progression - 2nd or 3rd decade(14 yrs mean age) - Speech- palilalia[] Patients typically present with a variety of symptoms including spastic-dystonic paraparesis, Parkinsonism, cognitive impairment, obsessive-compulsive disorder.[]

  • Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation

    Parkinsonism (rigidity, bradykinesia, palilalia, and freezing) and prominent neuropsychiatric features, such as hyperactivity, impulsivity, obsessive-compulsive disorder,[] The disease typically first presents itself about age 3, when leg dystonia and spasticity causes an impaired gait, sometimes including toe-walking.[] […] depression, emotional lability, impulsivity, aggressivity and tourettism with motor and verbal tics. 17 Speech disorders include dysarthria, hypophonia, spasmodic dysphonia and palilalia[]

  • Juvenile Paralysis Agitans of Hunt

    Major features Resting tremor in hands, arms, legs, jaw, and face Bradykinesia Rigidity- cogwheel or lead-pipe Minor features Bradyphrenia Speech abnormalities Depression[] […] childhood and adolescence (F98.8) F42.8 Other obsessive-compulsive disorder Includes: Anancastic neurosis Obsessive-compulsive neurosis F42.9 Obsessive-compulsive disorder[] Some get “cock walk” — a lurching, toe-heavy gait resembling that of a strutting rooster.[]

  • ANE Syndrome

    Palilalia - repeating your own words. Non-obscene socially inappropriate (NOSI) behaviours - such as making inappropriate or rude personal comments.[] When the fabella is too close to the common fibular nerve, it can be the reason of tinglings, foot drop and steppage gait ( while lifting a leg during walking the foot will[] Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) , or obsessive-compulsive behaviour (OCB). This occurs in about 6 in 10 children with Tourette's syndrome.[]

  • Atypical Juvenile Parkinsonism

    compulsive disorder 58.[] To improve walking, the patient can be taught to use a wide-based gait, swing arms at sides, lengthen the stride, intentionally pick up feet with each step, and lift toes[] In several patients with atypical disease whose first major symptom was palilalia, psychiatric abnormalities were misinterpreted as the cause of the speech defect.[]

  • Spondylo-Ocular Syndrome

    11] Memory, language and praxis deficits are seen later in the disease. [21] Perseveration may be particularly obvious in speech, with repetition of syllables and words (palilalia[] Compulsive Disorder Skin Diseases like Eczema, Dermatitis Obesity Piles/Hemorrhoids Post Chemotherapy/Post Radiotherapy Psoriasis Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatism Tinnitus[] Examine gait and ask the patient to do heel to toe walking - if these are abnormal, test reflexes and tone in the lower extremities, and test plantar responses.[]

  • Idiopathic Childhood-Onset Basal Ganglia Calcification

    Additional symptoms that have been reported include panic attacks, anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.[] walking Titubation Frequent falls Intention tremor Falls Abnormality of the cerebral white matter Milia Spastic gait Autosomal dominant inheritance Cerebral palsy Tics Intellectual[] Speech difficulties, specifically palilalia or dysarthria, are prominent features of PKAN.[]

  • X-linked Parkinsonism-Spasticity Syndrome

    Other speech difficulties specifically palilalia or dysarthria, are prominent features of PKAN [ 12 ].[] This pattern of hypertonicity is responsible for the classic gait with the affected person demonstrating circumduction and toe walking.[] 11] Memory, language and praxis deficits are seen later in the disease. [21] Perseveration may be particularly obvious in speech, with repetition of syllables and words (palilalia[]

  • Spastic Ataxia with Congenital Miosis

    Osteopenia Osteopetrosis Osteoporosis Osteosarcoma Otitis Otitis externa Otitis media Otocefalia Otoesclerosis Otomicosis Otosclerosis Ototoxicidad Ovaritis Oxicefalia Palidez Palilalia[] […] abnormalities in orbitofrontal cortex and stratium Obsessive Compulsive Disorder "O"CD "O"rbitofrontal Psychiatric disorder with decreased volume of amygdala Panic disorder[] Ask the patient to walk heel-to-toe (to elicit any gait ataxia). If there are unilateral signs - check V, VII, and VIII (cerebellopontine angle pathology).[]

  • Hereditary Geniospasm

    Common coexisting conditions include attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessivecompulsive disorder (OCD), and tics.[] […] dystonia of left foot and toes abnormal posture of right lower limb with abnormal gait. adnormal quality of the voice difficulty opening mouth and difficulty initiating speech[] […] vocalizations may include simple noises to more complex utterances such as coprolalia (shouting of obscenities or profanities), echolalia (repeating what others say), and palilalia[]