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Motor Neuron Disease

swallowing and speaking difficulties include: Early motor neuron disease, Cranial neuropathies, Myopathies, Neuromuscular junction ... reports show no clinical evidence of any upper or lower motor neuron involvement in the extremities. Limited EMG study did not ...

Motor Neuropathy

52-year-old male with a one year history of lower motor neuropathy affecting the limbs, left upper and lower limbs clinically and ...

Motor Neuron Disease – additional opinion

published criteria for the electrophysiologic diagnosis of motor neuron disease. In the expert's opinion, a definite diagnosis is not ... on trying to rule out other disorders and show diffuse lower motor neuron involvement. As noted above the EMG which I reviewed did ...

List of Examinations

Autoantibody research Autoimmunity Autonomic neuropathy Axial images Axilla) Axon loss Axonal and ... and lumbosacral rachis) Dorsal and thoracic MRI (lower thorax and last vertebrae) Dorsal plantar and latero-lateral x-ray ... Exploratory laparotomy Extension of the motor response potentials Extractable nuclear antigens (ENA) ...

Axonal and Demyelinative Sensorimotor Neuropathy

neurogenic changes in the distal muscles of the right lower extremity. There were not significant changes as compared with the ... Romberg testing or tendon reflexes), so the status of the motor examination is not entirely clear. I am inferring that motor function is ...

Motor Neuron Disease – another opinion

on trying to rule out other disorders and show diffuse lower motor neuron involvement questions:  ...

Cervical Disk Hernia_3

with bilateral upper extremity radiculopathy, possible lower extremity radiculopathy , and no evidence of myelopathy. There is no mention as to whether the patient has normal fine motor function, including difficulty buttoning, using utensils, writing, ...

Multiple myeloma with renal involvement, bone lesions and Neuropathy

Following the appearance of paresthesia in the lower limbs, reduced sensitivity to temperature at the level of the feet and ... relative results are attached:” Sensitive chronic motor polyneuropathy, primarily sensitive and axonopathic in nature, distal ...

Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP)_2

distal limbs. EMG showed demyelinating neuropathy with motor conduction blocks in ulnar and median nerves. The diagnosis was CIDP with ... for 1 month before worsening again and now involve the lower limbs. His current treatment is steroids. ...

Acquired deformity of left foot in Parkinson’s Disease

probably has signs and symptoms of advanced PD, with motor fluctuations and beneficial response to levodopa . I gather this by his ... Striatal foot ". In PD rigidity of the lower limb can extend to the feet and even cause talipes equinovarus, and ...

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