Complications associated with achondroplasia include: Neurologic complications due to cervicomedullary compression: quadriparesis, paresthesia, paraparesis, incontinence, … These two conditions may cause respiratory insufficiency, apnea, cyanotic episodes, feeding problems, quadriparesis, and sudden death. … Hydrocephalus, a narrow foramen magnum, spinal deformity, and spinal canal stenosis can cause neurological problems (eg, progressive quadriparesis, pain, ataxia, incontinence
Home 2017 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes Diseases of the nervous system G00-G99 Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes G80-G83 Paraplegia (paraparesis) and quadriplegia (quadriparesis … Approximate Synonyms Neurogenic bladder due to quadriplegia Paralytic syndrome of all four limbs as sequela of stroke QuadriparesisQuadriparesis or quadriplegia as late effect … of stroke Quadriparesis or quadriplegia, late effect of stroke Quadriplegia Quadriplegia and quadraparesis Quadriplegia and quadriparesis Quadriplegia w neurogenic bladder
Spinal Cord Injury with Transient Quadriplegia or Quadriparesis Much more serious neck injury can result in quadriplegia or quadriparesis. … Quadriparesis describes an episode of numbness or tingling, with possible motor change ranging from weakness (quadriparesis) to paralysis (quadriplegia) of all four extremities … Quadriplegia or quadriparesis are caused by an acute episode of forced hyperextension, hyperflexion, or excessive loading of the cervical spine.
Patients with generalized bilateral polymicrogyria present with various neurologic findings such as cognitive impairment, motor delay, refractory seizures, and/or quadriparesis … For example, patients with bilateral polymicrogyria of the frontal cortex often present with cognitive impairment, motor delay, epilepsy, and/or quadriparesis. … Patients who had polymicrogyria distribution similar to this also experienced similar symptoms including delayed motor and language developments, spastic hemiparesis or quadriparesis
The usual course of the disease is progressive, leading to eventual severe mental retardation and spastic quadriparesis (spasms that may involve all four limbs). … Spasticity/ spastic quadriparesis: This means that the child tends to suffer spasms, or involuntary contractions of muscles. … Quadriparesis means that all four limbs are involved.
., difficulty swallowing or speaking), paraparesis, quadriparesis, confusion, psychiatric symptoms (e.g., delirium or hallucinations), "locked-in syndrome," in which there … Permanent disabilities range from minor tremors and ataxia to signs of severe brain damage, such as spastic quadriparesis and locked-in syndrome.
There were two patients with features of cervicomedullary involvement (nystagmus, quadriparesis with predominant weakness of upper limbs). … The classical findings of quadriparesis with upper limbs affected more than the lower limbs may not always be seen.  There may be dysaesthesiae over the trunk and limbs