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1,316 Possible Causes for Sensory Ataxia

  • Ataxia

    Nachmanoff DB, Segal RA, Dawson DM, Brown RB, De Girolami U (1997) Hereditary ataxia with sensory neuronopathy: Biemond’s ataxia.[] Subacute sensory ataxia with bilateral optic neuropathy related to thiamine deficiency resulting from remote partial gastrectomy. Management.[] Sensory ataxia is distinguishable from cerebellar ataxia, because the sensory ataxia causes symptoms to worsen when movements are made with the eyes closed.[]

  • 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

    The clinical picture comprises a chronic neuropathy with marked sensory ataxia and hyporeflexia/areflexia.[] Clinical description The clinical picture comprises a chronic neuropathy with marked sensory ataxia and areflexia, and with relatively preserved motor function in the limbs[] In a Japanese series of 5 cases of sensory ataxic neuropathy with anti-GD1b antibodies and IgM paraproteinemia, all patients had severe sensory ataxia and areflexia, but only[]

  • 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[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    We describe an elderly patient with vitamin B12 deficiency who presented cognitive dysfunction, peripheral polyneuropathy and sensory ataxia, and whose first clinical manifestation[] Neurological examination revealed a sensory ataxia with pseudoathetosis in the upper limbs and reduced vibration sensation to the hips bilaterally.[] The ataxia is called a "sensory ataxia", because it appears to be related to loss of position sensation from the feet.[]

  • Constipation

    Many people with MS are unable to move around and walk much, due to weakness, spasticity, sensory ataxia or fatigue .[]

  • Neuropathy

    ataxia) Motor neuropathy Symptoms of motor neuropathy can include: twitching and muscle cramps muscle weakness or paralysis affecting one or more muscles thinning (wasting[] […] that should not be painful at all, such as a very light touch (allodynia) loss of balance or co-ordination caused by less ability to tell the position of the feet or hands (sensory[]

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    […] ataxic neuropathy, one of which was autonomic neuropathy, and one case was diagnosed as painful sensory neuropathy without sensory ataxia.[] This lesion is associated with loss of position and vibration sense and sensory ataxia .[] SCA18 is a rare autosomal dominant sensory/motor neuropathy with ataxia (OMIM#607458) associated with a single missense variant c.514 A G in the interferon related developmental[]

  • Anemia

    Objective sensory abnormalities usually result from posterior column involvement and less often from PNS disease.[] […] system (PNS) or spinal cord involvement, but the extent of PNS involvement remains unclear, in part because both neuropathy and myelopathy can cause impaired vibration sense, ataxia[]

  • Tabes Dorsalis

    Affected individuals most commonly present with sensory ataxia and stabbing, knife-like lancinating pain.[] Patients present with symptoms related to dorsal column/nerve-root involvement such as weakness, sensory ataxia (tabetic gait), lancinating pain, hypoesthesia, and other manifestations[] Other neurologic exam findings include loss of reflexes, proprioceptive sense, sensory ataxia, and/or Charcot joints.[]

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