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85 Possible Causes for Vasomotor Instability

  • Menopause

    Low estrogen can result in vasomotor instability (such as hot flushes and night sweats), psychological changes (such as mood swings, depression, and difficulty concentrating[] Non-hormonal medications for vasomotor instability include low dose selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants (such as fluoxetine, paroxetine, citalopram[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Abstract We recently encountered a patient with pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDDNOS), in whom complication by social anxiety disorder (SAD) was diagnosed at age 19, and who responded well to fluvoxamine therapy. The patient was a 19-year, 10-month-old male. He first visited our[…][]

  • Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy

    Resultant peripheral vasomotor instability can manifest as persistent excess peripheral circulation (hyperemia) and peripheral edema.[] Diabetic neuropathy also can cause motor deficits, silent cardiac ischemia, orthostatic hypotension, vasomotor instability, hyperhidrosis, gastroparesis, bladder dysfunction[] Defective bone homeostasis and bone demineralization may result. 11 The occurrence of peripheral vasomotor instability and peripheral sudomotor neuropathy is termed “autosympathectomy[]

  • Labile Hypertension

    Abstract A labile hypertensive black man analyzes his own personal history of hypertension. Using the research literature, systematically-applied behavioral risk factors, and his own body's apparent response to risk behavior, he attempts to uncover some useful leads for future biomedical research on essential[…][]

  • Vasomotor Instability

    A syndrome of life-threatening central hypoventilation and vasomotor instability can occur after medullary infarction.[] Vasomotor Instability The menopausal state most commonly produces vasomotor instability and genital organ atrophy.[] Abstract Cryotherapy was used to treat severe nasal vasomotor instability in 21 patients who had failed several varied medical regimens.[]

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type II

    instability, contracture, and osteoporosis following injury or noxious stimulus. - CRPS: other names - reflex sympathetic dystrophy, Sudeck’s atrophy, causalgia (minor and[] This is called vasomotor instability. Stage II (dystrophic) can last three to six or twelve months. The pain is often increased and can be more widespread.[] Also, not all patients diagnosed with CRPS demonstrate such “vasomotor instability” — less often, still, those in the later stages of the disease.[]

  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome

    INTRODUCTION: Patients with overlapping Miller Fisher syndrome (MFS), Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), and the Bickerstaff brainstem encephalitis (BBE) have rarely been reported, and the diverse clinical features and sequelae are challenging for physicians. Through this case report, we present the clinical course,[…][]

  • Paraplegia

    Paraplegia is an impairment in motor or sensory function of the lower extremities. The word comes from Ionic Greek παραπληγίη "half-stricken". It is usually caused by spinal cord injury or a congenital condition that affects the neural (brain) elements of the spinal canal. The area of the spinal canal that is[…][]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    BACKGROUND: Pheochromocytoma is an endocrine tumor that causes hypertension, facial pallor, and headache. Pheochromocytoma patients rarely present with acute heart failure or cardiogenic shock. METHOD: We discuss the case of a female patient with Takotsubo-pattern cardiomyopathy who presented with acute heart[…][]

  • Quadriplegia

    Destructive spondyloarthropathy (DSA) is one of the major complications in patients undergoing long-term hemodialysis. To the best of our knowledge, an epidural abscess occurring at the level of preexisting cervical DSA has not been well described in the literature. We report a unique case of quadriplegia caused by[…][]

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