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54 Possible Causes for Upward Gaze Paresis

  • Thyrotoxicosis

    From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search thyroid disease edit Language Label Description Also known as English thyrotoxicosis thyroid disease Statements instance of disease 1 reference stated in Disease Ontology release 2019-05-13 retrieved 15 May 2019 Disease Ontology ID DOID:7997 subclass of thyroid gland[…][wikidata.org]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion with Infarction

    gaze paresis, drowsiness, abulia P 1 syndrome: 16. • B/L Prox PCA occlusion: Extensive infarction: – Coma, Unreactive pupils, b/l pyramidal signs, decerebrate rigidity •[slideshare.net] Percheron artery occlusion causes paresis gaze upward and hypersomnia.[minclinic.ru] […] subthalamus – Medial thalamus – Ipsilateral cerebral peduncle – Midbrain • Weber’s/Claude’s syndrome can occur • Contralateral hemiballismus /- • Art. of Percheron occlusion: Upward[slideshare.net]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion

    gaze paresis, drowsiness, abulia P 1 syndrome: 16. • B/L Prox PCA occlusion: Extensive infarction: – Coma, Unreactive pupils, b/l pyramidal signs, decerebrate rigidity •[slideshare.net] Percheron artery occlusion causes paresis gaze upward and hypersomnia.[minclinic.ru] […] subthalamus – Medial thalamus – Ipsilateral cerebral peduncle – Midbrain • Weber’s/Claude’s syndrome can occur • Contralateral hemiballismus /- • Art. of Percheron occlusion: Upward[slideshare.net]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Thrombosis

    gaze paresis, drowsiness, abulia P 1 syndrome: 16. • B/L Prox PCA occlusion: Extensive infarction: – Coma, Unreactive pupils, b/l pyramidal signs, decerebrate rigidity •[slideshare.net] Percheron artery occlusion causes paresis gaze upward and hypersomnia.[minclinic.ru] […] subthalamus – Medial thalamus – Ipsilateral cerebral peduncle – Midbrain • Weber’s/Claude’s syndrome can occur • Contralateral hemiballismus /- • Art. of Percheron occlusion: Upward[slideshare.net]

  • Parinaud Syndrome

    It is common in children which results from upward gaze paresis. The eyes are driven downward and the sclera is usually positioned in between the iris and upper eyelid.[mrdoctor.org] The authors report a patient presenting with a 1-week history of paresis of upward gaze as his initial manifestation of demyelinating disease.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] This vertical palsy is supranuclear, so doll’s head maneuver should elevate the eyes, but eventually all upward gaze mechanisms fail.[neurocirugia.com]

  • Paresis

    Vertical gaze paresis was present in all patients, ranging from complete paralysis of the upward and downward gaze to a slight limitation of upward gaze.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] DISCUSSION: Posttraumatic vertical gaze paresis is a rare phenomenon that can occur in isolation or in association with other neurological deficits and can cause a significant[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Neonatal Jaundice

    Neurologic evaluation at age 18 months showed profound neuromotor delay, choreoathetoid movements, an upward gaze paresis, and a sensorineural hearing loss .[pedsinreview.aappublications.org]

  • Bell's Palsy

    Bell's palsy represents a peripheral unilateral facial nerve paralysis, being an acute, idiopathic disorder, which can affect children and adolescents. Some therapeutic approaches have been proposed including facial exercises, biofeedback, photobiomodulation, electrotherapy, massage, and thermotherapy. The present[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Craniosynostosis-Dandy-Walker Malformation-Hydrocephalus Syndrome

    gaze paresis * cranial nerve palsies (III and VI).[thefreelibrary.com] gaze paresis • cranial nerve palsies (III and VI).[cmej.org.za] Examination reveals head enlargement, dilated scalp veins, tense fontanelle, failure of upward gaze, and 'sunset' sign; 'cracked pot' resonance of the skull (Macewen's sign[thamburaj.com]

  • Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

    gaze paresis Corticobasal degeneration Rigor, asymmetrical symptoms, alien-limb phenomenon, apraxia, supra-nuclear upward gaze paresis, cortical sensory deficits, severe[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] stooped posture, autonomic dysfunction Progressive supranuclear palsy Frontal brain signs, impaired executive function, gait disturbance Pseudobulbar palsy, supranuclear upward[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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