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976 Possible Causes for Peripheral Neuropathy, White Matter Lesions

  • Celiac Disease

    At age 34, he was diagnosed as relapsing-remitting MS upon an inflammatory CSF-syndrome and non-specific white matter lesions and treated with interferon beta-1b during the[] […] manifestations, thus suggesting that CD should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy in children.[] Celiac disease (CD) and non celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) can be responsible for neurological complications such as ataxia and peripheral neuropathies but also cognitive[]

  • Metronidazole

    , midbrain, medulla, and pons ADC: ADC values of lesions of the dentate nucleus, midbrain, medulla, and pons are similar or higher than those of normal white matter, whilst[] The overall incidence of peripheral neuropathy associated with metronidazole is unknown.[] Metronidazole-induced central nervous system (CNS) toxicity causes a spectrum of neurological symptoms including ataxia, encephalopathy and peripheral neuropathy.[]

  • Carbon Disulfide Poisoning

    We conclude that diffuse white matter lesions may develop after chronic exposure to CS 2 , possibly through microangiopathy.[] Features of Textbook of Peripheral Neuropathy Include : ̈ Practical yet comprehensiveóan accessible ìgo-toî reference for clinicians ̈ Covers all clinically relevant peripheral[] Chronic lower-level exposure can cause parkinsonism and other poorly reversible CNS impairments, optic neuritis, peripheral neuropathy, and atherosclerosis.[]

  • Pyridoxine

    matter lesions); biochemical abnormalities (lactic acidosis, electrolyte disturbances, neurotransmitter abnormalities); and seizure response to pyridoxine, pyridoxal-phosphate[] Hughes has given a good description of the agents causing and investigations for peripheral neuropathy.[] Our results suggest that vitamin B 6 deficiency is not a factor in the etiology of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.[]

  • Acute Intermittent Porphyria

    Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging demonstrated multiple large contrast-enhancing subcortical white matter lesions, which regressed with glucose and hematin infusions.[] Both had a very poor quality of life as a result of years of frequent acute porphyria symptoms, chronic peripheral neuropathy and renal failure requiring dialysis.[] The clinical presentations of abdominal pain, peripheral neuropathy and changes in mental status are the classic triad of an acute attack.[]

  • Fabry Disease

    In this multicentric study, we retrospectively evaluated the presence of white matter lesions (WMLs) on the FLAIR images of 104 patients with FD and 117 patients with MS.[] Neurological complications include central nervous system involvement with cerebrovascular disease, peripheral neuropathy, and autonomic dysfunction.[] Ischemic stroke and severe white matter lesions were more frequent among family A men, but neither family A nor family B men had overt renal disease.[]

  • Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy

    Neuroimaging at 15 years of age revealed white matter lesions, and nerve conduction velocity examinations showed a slowly developing polyneuropathy.[] […] and cerebellar white matter lesions were also detected.[] Peripheral neuropathy is present in the infantile form and may be the only presenting abnormality in the later-onset forms ( Adachi et al 2016 ).[]

  • Lyme Disease

    Rash at site of bite or on other parts of your body Unexplained hair loss Headache, mild or severe, Seizures Pressure in head, white matter lesions in brain (MRI) Twitching[] Symptoms of Lyme disease ( Print Symptoms List ) Head, Face, Neck Unexplained hair loss Headache, mild or severe, seizures Pressure in head, white matter lesions in brain[] matter lesions in brain (MRI) Facial paralysis (Bell’s Palsy, Homer’s syndrome) Tingling of nose, (tip of) tongue, cheek or facial flushing Stiff or painful neck Twitching[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    However, in Case 2 white matter lesions persisted despite AchEI treatment.[] Peripheral neuropathy is an unusual complication of CO intoxication. Bilateral brachial plexus impairment is exceptional.[] neuropathies, hearing loss, and Parkinsonian-like syndrome.[]

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia

    MRI showed persistent T2 changes at the REZ and multiple new non-enhancing white matter lesions in the cerebrum and spinal cord; and oligoclonal bands were present in the[] Medical history revealed peripheral neuropathy and prior exposure to Agent Orange.[] FLAIR sequence to look for white matter lesions) and to detect a vascular compression of the trigeminal nerve (i.e. FIESTA or CISS sequence).[]

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