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79 Possible Causes for Postural Defect, Visual Hallucination

  • Homocystinuria

    We describe a previously well 17-year-old adolescent with an acute psychosis characterized by auditory and visual hallucinations and marked paranoia who was found to have[] Here, we describe a 17-year-old girl affected by CBS deficiency presenting acute onset of visual hallucinations, behavioral perseverance, psychomotor hyperactivity, and affective[]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    The patient may fall, even from a chair, because he/she is less able to respond to unexpected events by posture defects and rigidity.[] Photophobia, visual hallucinations, and REM sleep behavior disorder in progressive supranuclear palsy and corticobasal degeneration: a prospective study.[] Gait changes associated with defective scaling of stride length and postural instability were more marked in PSP than those with PD despite similar disease duration between[]

  • Basal Ganglia Lesion

    Clinical features Parkinsonism is characterized by varying degrees of: (1) rigidity, (2) bradykinesia, (3) tremor, and (4) postural defects.[] hallucinations Definitive diagnosis confirmed with an abundant presence and unusual location of Lewy Bodies distributed diffusely throughout the cerebral cortex[] These latter are typically visual in nature.[]

  • Itraconazole

    There was no hyperpigmentation, visual field defects, or clinical features of Cushing’s syndrome.[] hallucinations, confusional state [ Ref ] An elderly patient experienced visual hallucinations, confusion, and weakness after receiving itraconazole.[] Observations were stable on admission, specifically no postural hypotension. General physical examination was unremarkable.[]

  • Visual Impairment

    […] adopted at work placesImproper postures adopted at work places Reading, writing and working in defective andReading, writing and working in defective and improper lightsimproper[] A case study of a 100-year-old patient with visual hallucinations and visual impairment is presented.[] […] starvation, malnutrition etcmalnutrition etc Eye infections and eye diseasesEye infections and eye diseases Evil effects of fatal diseaseEvil effects of fatal disease Improper postures[]

  • Movement Disorder

    The defects may also lie in the base of the brain or cerebellum. This leads to difficulty in walking, locomotion or maintenance of posture and normal body balance.[] In this review, we focus primarily on PD, in which about 30% of treated patients have visual hallucinations and 5-10% have paranoid delusions; dementia with Lewy bodies, a[]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    […] instability loss of ability to make postural adjustments in response to perturbations, i.e., defect in righting reflex; common in Parkinson disease postural tremor tremor[] Visual hallucinations (that may or may not be accompanied by seizures) are some of the most frequent findings, presenting as light flashes consisting of different shapes,[] visual hallucinations, occipital lobe tumor about 15 to 24% of the visual illusion appears, illusion of the characteristics of the illusion of illusion, such as flash, highlights[]

  • Cerebral Arteriosclerosis

    […] instability loss of ability to make postural adjustments in response to perturbations, i.e., defect in righting reflex; common in Parkinson disease postural tremor tremor[] Visual hallucinations, occasionally of a pleasant nature, were also common. After the stroke, persistent cognitive impairment was frequent.[] […] motion needed dysphagia difficulty in swallowing dysphonia voice disorder, often related to weakness of laryngeal muscles, in which sound production is impaired dysraphism defective[]

  • Neurological Disorder

    The patient was somnolent and had severe limb, gait, and postural ataxia (he was unable to walk or sit up in bed without assistance) and moderate dysarthria.[] Neurologic characteristics include fluctuating cognitive ability, visual hallucinations, spontaneous parkinsonism, sleep disturbance, and reduced ability to perform activities[] (Blakeslee, 211) Characterized by disturbances in visual "perception," most often of “body schema,” time perception and “hallucinations.”[]

  • Cardiogenic Syncope

    Baroreflex Dysfunction Theory: Several authors have advocated defective baroreflex function as a potential mechanism accounting for the development of postural NMS.[] Out-of-body experience (OBE) and visual and auditory hallucinations can occur in a variety of medical conditions.[]

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