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1,010 Possible Causes for Progressive Polyneuropathy, Starvation Ketosis

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    In addition, although alcoholic ketoacidosis can result in profound acidosis, the serum bicarbonate concentration in starvation ketosis is usually not 4 ).[] Starvation ketosis and alcoholic ketoacidosis are distinguished by clinical history and by plasma glucose concentrations that range from mildly elevated (rarely 200 mg/dl)[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Ethanol also causes structural abnormalities in the liver mitochondria which leads to ketosis superimposed by starvation, chronic malnutrition [ 13, 14 ].[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    peripheral neuropathy, and spinal degeneration.[] […] normal One-Carbon metabolism leading to the observed clinical neurological manifestations such as nerve damage and, demyelination, degeneration of PNS leading to paralysis, progressive[]

    Missing: Starvation Ketosis
  • Alcoholic Ketoacidosis

    Loss of proprioception Can progress to weakness, spasticity, clonus, paraplegia and loss of bowel/bladder function.[] ketosis.[] “Classic Triad”: Weakness Parathesia Sore tongue Patients may also demonstrate: Megaloblastic anemia Neurological changes: Symmetric polyneuropathy: legs arms Ascending parathesia[]

  • Vomiting of Pregnancy

    ketosis with ketonuria, elevated specific gravity and BUN, and a hypochloremic hypokalemic metabolic alkalosis. 1,3,15 It is recommended to replete with thiamine if significant[] […] ondansetron, and metoclopramide. 13-14 In more severe cases, women may develop hyperemesis gravidarum that may result in dehydration ( 5% weight loss), orthostatic hypotension, starvation[]

    Missing: Progressive Polyneuropathy
  • Hyperuricemia

    The patient developed progressive peripheral neuropathy in additon to his profound mental retardation and self-injurious behavior.[] Decreased tubular secretion of urate occurs in patients with acidosis (eg, diabetic ketoacidosis, ethanol or salicylate intoxication, starvation ketosis).[]

  • Vasculitis

    Neuropathy Sensory or Sensory-Motor General patterns Mononeuritis multiplex (13%) Asymmetric polyneuropathy (85%) Distal symmetric polyneuropathy (2%) More slowly progressive[] CIDP Peripheral Nerve Specific Vasculitis 2 Epidemiology: Females & Males Onset Age: Mean 59 years; Range 22 to 70 years Pain & Sensory loss Progression: 3 months to 5 years[] 50 years Vasculitis: Male Female 2:1 Prognosis: Worse with Increased age Several anatomical patterns of neuropathy Mononeuritis Multiplex Onset Abrupt : Most common Slow progression[]

    Missing: Starvation Ketosis
  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    We report a fatal case of severe chronic progressive axonal polyradiculoneuropathy in association with this antibody.[] It is usually a distal sensorimotor polyneuropathy that causes mild motor weakness, sensory loss, and absent distal reflexes.[] Electromyography and nerve conduction studies demonstrate findings compatible with multifocal neuropathy or diffuse axonal polyneuropathy with asymmetric involvement. 97 Combined[]

    Missing: Starvation Ketosis
  • Diabetic Polyneuropathy

    Ms Q is a 52-year-old woman who has had progressive polyneuropathy in the setting of diabetes for the past 8 years.[] […] extremities and by flaccid paralysis. progressive hypertrophic polyneuropathy Déjérine-Sottas disease.[] Our observations are consistent with a progressive centripetal degeneration of axons in predominantly sensory diabetic polyneuropathy.[]

    Missing: Starvation Ketosis
  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy

    Shortly after HSCT the patient developed progressive polyneuropathy of the lower legs and hypoesthesia. Five months later a severe dementia followed.[] We report a 58-year-old woman with DADS that progressed to a severe case of classic CIDP.[] We report a case of Waldenström's macroglobulinemia in an adult male presenting with cranial nerve palsy and rapidly progressive asymmetric polyneuropathy.[]

    Missing: Starvation Ketosis

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