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Persistent Vertigo

vertigo. The first evaluations revealed right beating nystagmus on gaze straight and to the right, unsteady gait with limb ataxia, ... clinical signs of left vestibular deficit (II-III° nystagmus to the right, tonic deviation of the limbs to the left, Romberg's ... ABR of December 2008 : “bilateral traces negative for retrocochlear pathological conditions.” ...

SOL (Space occupying lesion) of brain

equal and reactive to light. Eye movements normal. No nystagmus. No Parinaud’s. No facial paralysis. No loss of feeling in the ... Normal gag reflex. Weakness in right arm 5/-5. Bilateral dysmetria , more severe in the right hand. Suffering from ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

her nose on the right side) Beating post head shaking nystagmus Beating spontaneousnystagmus Below normal mineral reserves ... Bi-atrial dilatation Biatrial dilation Bilateral Bronchiectases Bilateral catarrhal tubotympanitis (caused by ...

List of Symptoms

appearing lymph nodes (left inguinal area) Bilateral dysmetria Bilateral fasciculations Bilateral knee pain Bilateral nystagmus Bladder and rectum tenesmus Bleeding Bleeding and ...

Tentorial Meningioma

deficiency in the left upper limb, Vertical and horizontal nystagmus , left dysmetria, swallowing and cough reflexes appear normal. ... craniotomy had occurred . No other abnormalities of bilateral brain parenchymal density. Non-dilated ventricular system in axis. ...

Multiple Sclerosis_2

contrast-enhancing. Sensory evoked potentials showed a bilateral increase in latency. Multiple sclerosis was diagnosed, and the ... hyposthenia. On the second visit, a horizonto-rotatory nystagmus and irregular paraesthesia in the right toes are documented. Spinal ...

Multiple Sclerosis_1

contrast-enhancing. Sensory evoked potentials showed a bilateral increase in latency. Multiple sclerosis was diagnosed, and the ... hyposthenia. On the second visit, a horizonto-rotatory nystagmus and irregular paraesthesia in the right toes are documented. Spinal ...

Cerebral Atrophy

. The most recent examination showed ataxia, dysarthria, nystagmus, dysphagia and hyperreflexia. Although the disease has progressed the ... dysgraphia, slurred speech, ataxic instability, bilateral nystagmus, cerebeller ataxy       ...

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