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118 Possible Causes for Seizure, Vitreous Floaters

  • Hereditary ATTR Amyloidosis

    Clinical features include seizures, stroke-like episodes, dementia, psychomotor deterioration, variable amyloid deposition in the vitreous humor.[] In some patients, a leptomeningeal form that include ataxia, spastic paralysis, seizures, dementia and visual disturbances as most important symptoms may be seen.[] […] examination. [3] Objective findings may include nystagmus and pyramidal signs, with spastic paraparesis. [3] Patients with leptomeningeal and cerebrovascular deposits can have seizures[]

  • Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma

    […] nervous system lymphoma presenting as benign vitreous floaters.[] RESULTS: The boy had a history of walking weakness and seizure for 4 months. The serum levels of immunoglobulin G, A and M were decreased.[] Anticonvulsants may be given if seizures occur as a result of a tumour.[]

  • Vitreous Hemorrhage

    Vitreous hemorrhage. Loss of vision, blurred vision and floaters Vitreous hemorrhages may be of different degrees.[] She was continued on carbamazepine (200 mg thrice a day) for seizures. At one-year follow up, seizures are well controlled.[] – brief flashes of light in the peripheral visionSmall vitreous hemorrhage often manifests itself as "floaters".[]

  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    […] detachment produce flashes or floaters that are unilateral, white in color and produce a “curtain descending on the vision” phenomenon, as opposed to the migraine‐associated[] None of the patients with epilepsy after discharge had electrographic seizures while hospitalized.[] seizures are harmful and PHT is harmless.[]

  • Eales Disease

    Vitreous floaters or blurring of vision, symptoms attributable to recurrent vitreous hemorrhages. 80% between the age of 20-40 years and 95% were male (O.K Malla and co workers[] RESULTS: All three patients were young men who had seizures in the past; two had migrainous headache.[] Sudden, painless loss of vision & floaters in front of the eye Vitreous debris and cells often are seen, even in the absence of vitreous hemorrhage.[]

  • Disseminated Toxoplasmosis

    Presentation varies: Possible symptoms are reduced visual acuity and floaters.[] For example, a person who is HIV-infected and who has reactivated Toxoplasma infection can have symptoms that include fever, confusion, headache, seizures, nausea, and poor[] The typical ocular findings are focal retinochoroiditis, a nearby retinochoroidal scar and moderate-to-severe vitreous inflammation.[]

  • Aging

    All mice exhibited seizures of similar magnitude and duration (data not shown).[] When the excitotoxin kainic acid (KA) is injected into the dorsal hippocampus of mice it induces seizures and damage to pyramidal neurons in regions CA3 and CA1 ( 14 ).[] […] regimen exhibit increased resistance of neurons in their brains to insults relevant to the pathogenesis of several different human neurological disorders including epileptic seizures[]

  • Asteroid Hyalosis

    The most common cause of vitreous floaters is from a posterior vitreous detachment (PVD).[] Seizures induced by recreational abuse of bupropion tablets via nasal insufflation D Kim, B Steinhart Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 12 (2), 158-161 , 2010 42 2010[] Optical coherence tomography (OCT) recently has been found to be an excellent way of objectively evaluating floaters, more correctly termed vitreous condensations.[]

  • Hemorrhage

    Pars plana vitrectomy eye surgery is a procedure that cleans out eye floaters or vitreous hemorrhage inside the eye.[] These can include trouble with seizures, learning, speech, or movement. In these cases, regular follow-up with the doctor are needed.[] Signs and Symptoms The symptoms of vitreous hemorrhage are varied but usually include painless unilateral floaters and/or visual loss.[]

  • Toxoplasmosis

    Presentation varies: Possible symptoms are reduced visual acuity and floaters.[] The patient reported other two episodes of seizures, occurring 7 days apart.[] Abstract We present a case of a 46-year-old man with a history significant only for hypertension and depression that presented with a new onset seizure resulting from a right[]

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