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268 Possible Causes for Spastic Gait, Visual Acuity Decreased

  • Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

    A 28-year-old woman developed progressive spastic gait and dysarthria.[] MV and GCIPL thickness were significantly correlated with visual acuity.[] Also known as progressive myelopathy, these symptoms may include: Spastic paraparesis : An increasingly spastic gait in which your legs will begin to stiffen, causing a visible[]

  • Stroke

    Anatomical vessel obstacles such as an intracranial stenosis in stroke are challenging and may lead to delayed clot access for thrombectomy. We describe a simple and effective technique to overcome the step-off between the intermediate catheter and an intracranial vessel stenosis during thrombectomy. The patient[…][]

  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Their neurological examinations revealed spastic gait, pyramidal tract involvement and distal muscle atrophy in the legs.[] The patient presented with progressive decrease of visual acuity, intermittent diplopia, paresthesia of the left arm and equilibrium disturbances.[] […] abnormalities (e.g. wide-based gait, limb ataxia, slapping foot) joint or muscle contractures neurological examination muscle spasticity increased deep tendon reflexes muscle[]

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    For many subjects with an ATL1 mutation, spastic gait begins in early childhood and does not significantly worsen, even over many years; such cases resemble spastic diplegic[] Characteristic clinical features comprise progressive spastic gait, cognitive impairment, and ataxia.[] Hereditary spastic paraplegias (HSPs) are genetically driven disorders with the hallmark of progressive spastic gait disturbance.[]

  • Behçet Disease

    Anterior uveitis presents with painful eyes, conjuctival redness, hypopyon, and decreased visual acuity, while posterior uveitis presents with painless decreased visual acuity[] Although the lesions that cause inflammation in various parts of the eyes may resolve, repeated recurrences may result in the partial loss of vision (decreased visual acuity[] visual acuity Pale-red or purple-red nodular skin lesions Maybe hematuria Maybe hemafecia A somber, white facial complexion Scanty Qi Disinclination to speak Heart palpitations[]

  • Demyelinating Disease

    We describe herein the case of a 57 year old man who, over the last five years, has presented ataxic and spastic gait on the right side, a reduction in fine motor movement[] […] loss Pain exacerbated by eye movement Decreased vision due to scotoma in visual fields Treatment Discontinue anti-TNF-α agent immediately Treat according to ONTT protocol[] , gait and balance disturbance).[]

  • Open-Angle Glaucoma

    At the age of 13 years, his gait showed deterioration and he could only walk a few steps even with assistance (Figure 1B).[] His best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) decreased gradually over 5 years.[] Her visual acuity first decreased before the age of 10. At age 13, the visual acuity was 3/10 and 9/10 in the right and left eyes, respectively.[]

  • Primary Optic Atrophy

    Systemic abnormalities include spastic gait, ataxia and mental handicap. 23.[] Reference: Blurred vision Decrease in visual function such as a decrease in sharpness and clarity of vision (visual acuity) or decreases in side (peripheral[] Conclusions: The clinical diagnosis of LHON is strengthened by a proven maternal inheritance and clinical signs such as a severe decrease in visual acuity, central or centrocecal[]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    BACKGROUND: Previous researchers reported that popliteal angle did not correlate well with knee angle during gait in individuals with spastic cerebral palsy (CP).[] Visual acuity decreases in premature infants because of retinopathy of prematurity with hypervascularization and possible retinal detachment.[] Abstract To compare medial gastrocnemius muscle-tendon structure, gait propulsive forces, and ankle joint gait kinetics between typically developing children and those with[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    , spasticity (see also condition) 781.0 hysterical 300.11 Staggering gait 781.2 hysterical 300.11 Substitution disorder 300.11 Tachypnea 786.06 hysterical 300.11 Tetany, tetanic[] […] or gait disorders, tremor, loss of speech as well as amnesia, pain, fatigue or pseudo-seizures ( Stone et al., 2005 ).[] 781.7 functional (hysterical) 300.11 hysterical 300.11 Torticollis (intermittent) (spastic) 723.5 hysterical 300.11 Tremor 781.0 hysterical 300.11 Tumor (M8000/1) - see also[]

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