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Cervical Disk Hernia_1

Upper limbs – There is no spasticity, motor or sensory loss, (including propioception). There are normal tendon reflexes and bilateral ...

Trigeminal Neuralgia

cervical radiculopathy . The clinical presentation of sensory symptoms in the distribution of specific dermatoms (C7-T1), the ... about 50% of patients remain with some degree of sensory loss after this procedure and in some cases troublesome dysesthesias and ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

lesions with mass effect Axis deviation Axon loss Axonal and Demyelinative Sensorimotor Neuropathy Axonal damage ... failure Chronic renal insufficiency Chronic sensory predominantmixed large and small fiber polyneuropathy Chronic ...

List of Examinations

neuropathy Axial images Axilla) Axon loss Axonal and Demyelinative Sensorimotor Neuropathy ... neuropathy Chronic neurogenic changes Chronic sensory predominantmixed large and small fiber polyneuropathy ... antigens (ENA) Extremity motor exam Extremity sensory exam Extrinsic and intrinsic eye movability Eye exam Eye ...

List of Symptoms

Claudication Coalition symptoms Cognitive loss Cold sensation Cold sensation of feet Compromisedleft side ... Partial residual right hemisyndrome Partial sensory anesthesia in leg Patello-femoral knee pain Penile pain with ...

Axonal and Demyelinative Sensorimotor Neuropathy

66-year-old male with a 6-year history of sensory symptoms in the feet and hands. He describes a sensation of cold and ... in the legs might be comfortably explained by axon loss without invoking an additional "demyelinating" process ...

Cervical pain and limitation of movement after 2 cervical spine surgeries

and signs. The syrinx in the spinal cord represents a loss of neural tissue, presumably from trauma. The resultant spinal cord dysfunction from the syrinx is manifested as spasticity, sensory changes and pathological reflexes. Surgical decompression of the ...

Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP)_1

level on both sides, and the clinical examination found sensory loss affecting mainly light touch on both hands. EMG confirmed the presence of ...

Back Pain with Partial Sensory Leg Anesthesia – additional opinion

Back Pain and Loss of Sensation short_summary:  ... pain in the loin, and afterwards complained of partial sensory anesthesia in his leg. He has been given prescribed treatment that ...

Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetes

interpreted as showing marked distal chronic sensory ‐ motor neuropathy and possible superimposed ... sensory ‐ motor neuropathy are at risk for loss of penile sensation , which may compromised an attempt to respond to ...

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