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1st and 2nd Motor Neuron Disease of ALS-type

no motor function test proximal to the maintaining of Mingazzini’s position: F=4 bilateral on the biceps and 3 ½ on the ... is then primary motor neuron disease of the ALS-type . I agree with the diagnosis of primary motor neuron disease of the ALS type. ...

List of Examinations

| A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V ... (for common flora and BK) Microscopic analysis Mingazzini I Mini-Mental State Exam Mitogen responses Mixed ...

Spinal column pathology - additional opinion

no segmentary strength abnormalities, no unevenness in the Mingazzini maneuver; osteotendinous reflexes: Active tricipital and bicipital ... I personally reviewed the plain films and the MRI scans. In general terms, I ...

Spinal column pathology

no segmentary strength abnormalities, no unevenness in the Mingazzini maneuver; osteotendinous reflexes: Active tricipital and ... with cord compression , both clinical and radiological. I agree that decompression is needed and better sooner than later. The cord ...

Motor Neuropathy – additional opinion

o          Mingazzini within normal limits ... There is suggestion of its role is sensory neuropathy but I seriously doubt this is the etiology of the patients motor neuron disorder. ... neuropathy , not against it. Because of these issues, I recommend the following: -        ...

Guillain-Barré Syndrome / Acute Myeloradiculoneuritis

3. Is there any relevant recovery threshold? 4. I am currently walking with two crutches. Am I supposed to use them forever or ... Hypotonia on the left lower limb . He could not reach the Mingazzini position No. 11. No DTR on the lower limbs. Identical bilateral ...

Motor Neuropathy

side Osteotendinous reflex within normal limits. Mingazzini within normal limits Abdominal reflexes : light reduction on ... by the small number of red blood cells from traumatic tap. I also noted the serological abnormalities of increased IgG and positive ANA. A ...

Persistent Vertigo

deviations. Finger-nose test and heel-knee test: negative. Mingazzini I: negative. No signs of cranial nerve deficits. Diagnosis of peripheral ...

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