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765 Possible Causes for Temporary Amnesia, Thin Feet

  • Alcohol Abuse

    Alcohol can contribute to osteoporosis , or thinning of the bones, a condition that increases your risk of fracture.[awomanshealth.com] Excessive drinking may lead to neurological complications , such as numbness in your hands and feet, disordered thinking, dementia, and short-term memory loss.[awomanshealth.com]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    The signs and symptoms of acute alcohol intoxication resemble those of vertebrobasilar stroke. Due to their shared symptoms including double vision, nystagmus, dysarthria, and ataxia, the differential diagnosis of alcohol intoxication and vertebrobasilar stroke may pose a challenge. Moreover, if alcohol intoxication[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Brain Concussion

    Of those, 104 had imaging evidence of hemorrhage in the brain (67 percent reported loss of consciousness, and 65 percent reported amnesia, or temporary forgetfulness).[aan.com] Signs and symptoms of a concussion may include: Headache or a feeling of pressure in the head Temporary loss of consciousness Confusion or feeling as if in a fog Amnesia surrounding[mayoclinic.org] The amnesia usually involves forgetting the event that caused the concussion.[mayoclinic.org]

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  • Chronic Alcoholism

    A 42-year-old man with a history of Billroth II-gastrectomy, chronic alcoholism, and malnutrition developed acute tetraparesis, two days before admission. He presented with bilateral, proximal upper and lower limb weakness, limb girdle wasting, bilaterally reduced Achilles tendon reflexes, and bilateral stocking-type[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    amnesia People who experience any of these symptoms after a mild knock or blow do not usually require treatment, but should visit their local accident and emergency department[news-medical.net] Traumatic brain injury can result in temporary, long-term, or permanent neurological disabilities.[symptoma.com] Examples of symptoms include: Mild headache Poor balance or trouble standing Confusion Nausea Dizziness Small cut or bump Ringing in the ear Mild blurring of the vision Temporary[news-medical.net]

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  • Alcohol Dementia

    All about dementia types of dementia risk factors for dementia causes of dementia symptoms of dementia diagnosis of dementia dementia treatments long term dementia care alcohol-related dementia frontal lobe dementia senile dementia (Alzheimer dementia) early onset dementia AIDS related dementia Alzheimer's disease[…][neurology.health-cares.net]

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  • Transient Global Amnesia

    Abstract Transient global amnesia (TGA) is the abrupt onset of temporary anterograde amnesia without any focal neurological features.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Transient global amnesia (TGA) is a neurological disorder whose key defining characteristic is a temporary but almost total disruption of short-term memory with a range of[en.wikipedia.org] Temporary Anteriograde amnesia can be caused by: zzzz medications, benzodiazepine anesthesia or “ conscious sedation “, zzzz head trauma – post-traumatic amnesia or PTA, zzzz[mmcneuro.wordpress.com]

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  • Subdural Hematoma

    What is an Acute Subdural Hematoma? Definition An acute subdural hematoma (SDH) is a clot of blood that develops between the surface of the brain and the dura mater, the brain’s tough outer covering, usually due to stretching and tearing of veins on the brain’s surface. These veins rupture when a head injury[…][neurosurgery.ucla.edu]

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  • Generalized Motor Seizure

    Metrizamide is a water-soluble contrast medium used as a diagnostic tool in myelography and cisternography. Despite its accepted safety, its use has been associated with generalized motor seizures, and several cases of this toxicity have been reported. Risk factors include phenothiazine ingestion, seizure history,[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Brain Contusion

    amnesia People who experience any of these symptoms after a mild knock or blow do not usually require treatment, but should visit their local accident and emergency department[news-medical.net] Other signs of mild trauma may include impaired sensory perception, temporary confusion or amnesia, and personality changes.[wisegeek.com] Examples of symptoms include: Mild headache Poor balance or trouble standing Confusion Nausea Dizziness Small cut or bump Ringing in the ear Mild blurring of the vision Temporary[news-medical.net]

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