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1,715 Possible Causes for Sensory Ataxia

  • Autosomal Dominant Sensory Ataxia

    Abstract We present phenotypic and genotypic data for an additional family with autosomal dominant sensory ataxia, a disease characterized by gait difficulties associated[] (redirected from Autosomal Dominant Sensory Ataxia ) Acronym Definition ADSA Aging and Disability Services Administration ADSA American Dairy Science Association ADSA American[] Ataxia ADSA American Dancesport Association Inc.[]

  • Sensory Ataxic Neuropathy - Dysarthria - Ophthalmoparesis Syndrome

    Clinical differences between sensory and cerebellar ataxia Sensory ataxia Cerebellar ataxia Nystagmus Absent Except sensory ataxia-plus syndromes Present Dysarthria Absent[] Sensory ataxia is both a symptom and a sign in neurology.[] Ataxia with ophthalmoplegia or sensory neuropathy is frequently caused by POLG mutations. Neurology. 2009;73:898–900.[]

  • Ataxia

    […] manifestation of these disorders. 19 Table 1: Disorders considered in the differential diagnosis of sensory ataxia The etiopathology of sensory ataxia includes compressive[] Nachmanoff DB, Segal RA, Dawson DM, Brown RB, De Girolami U (1997) Hereditary ataxia with sensory neuronopathy: Biemond’s ataxia.[] Sensory ataxia is distinguishable from cerebellar ataxia, because the sensory ataxia causes symptoms to worsen when movements are made with the eyes closed.[]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia - Neuropathy - Vestibular Areflexia Syndrome

    CONCLUSIONS: We suggest that a sensory neuronopathy should be sought in cerebellar and/or vestibular ataxias, particularly where the degree of ataxia is out of proportion[] OBJECTIVE: The syndrome of cerebellar ataxia with bilateral vestibulopathy was delineated in 2004. Sensory neuropathy was mentioned in 3 of the 4 patients described.[] Spinocerebellar ataxia with sensory neuropathy (SCA25) maps to chromosome 2p. Ann Neurol 2004;55: Subramony SH, Vig PJS. Clinical aspects of spinocerebellar ataxia 1.[]

  • Hereditary Areflexic Dystasia

    Gabrielle Lйvy, French neurologist, 1886â “1935] see under syndrome … Medical dictionary Roussy-Lйvy syndrome — a slowly progressive autosomal dominant disorder in which sensory[] The disorder is characterized by incoordination, poor judgment of movements (sensory ataxia), and absence of reflexes (areflexia) of the lower legs and, eventually, the hands[] ataxia is associated with areflexia, atrophy of muscles of distal extremities, especially the peroneal muscles, static tremor of the hands, pes cavus or clawfoot, and sometimes[]

  • CANOMAD Syndrome

    Clinical description The clinical picture comprises a chronic neuropathy with marked sensory ataxia and areflexia, and with relatively preserved motor function in the limbs[] All patients have slowly progressive sensory ataxia and areflexia with significant limb weakness in a minority (4/18).[] Only 2 of 18 noted significant sensory symptoms, but 8 noted perioral or acral paresthesiae.[]

  • Cerebellar Ataxia

    Sensory Ataxia Essentials Sensory ataxia occurs when you lose a natural sensory ability called proprioception.[] We describe a series of five patients with anti-MAG antibodies with evidence of cerebellar rather than just sensory ataxia and our experience of treatment with rituximab.[] Progressive cerebellar ataxia with palatal myoclonus Progressive sensory ataxia of Charolais Progressive spinocerebellar ataxia with decreased tendon reflexes Progressive[]

  • Distal Sensory Loss (all Modalities)

    […] loss of all modalities in area nervina 2) plexus -- same, but of several area nervina 3) polyneuropathy -- distal glove and stocking sensory deficit, sensory ataxia might[] If chronic – Charcot’s joints (loss of pain and proprioception) Ataxia (loss of proprioception) Romberg sign ve (indicating a sensory ataxia vs. cerebellar ataxia) Painful[] Large-fiber sensory loss • Sensory ataxia • Loss of joint position and vibration sense • Areflexia • Romberg Positive • Affected patients will note imbalance, especially in[]

  • X-Linked Non Progressive Cerebellar Ataxia

    […] walking Wide gait Sensory Ataxia Sensory ataxia is the result of damage to nerves in your spinal cord or your peripheral nervous system.[] […] on sensory ataxia  Romberg sign • Sensory neuropathy and posterior column disease of the spinal cord (sensory ataxia) 6.[] […] lesions Peripheral sensory loss Hereditary ataxias exhibit a wide variety of clinical phenotypes.[]

  • Cognitive Impairment with or without Cerebellar Ataxia

    Questions Define the following terms: Ataxia, dysequilibrium, sensory ataxia, astasia-abasia, gait apraxia.[] The Guillain-Barre syndrome is the most common cause of postinfectious ataxia, but this is due to a sensory ataxia manifested by impaired proprioception and the loss of deep-tendon[] Loss Loss of joint position sense can cause sensory ataxia Loss of position sense must be severe and sensory ataxia usually improves with visual feedback Basal Ganglia Dysfunction[]

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