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Motor Neuron Disease – additional opinion

June of 2008. More recently, she developed progressive swallowing difficulties as well. In December of 2008 was seen by Dr. X, neurology specialist in Milan. He describes her speech difficulty as “ Spastic dysarthria with slow and nasal speech ”. ...

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

phoniatric assessments were performed anyway with swallowing tests in fibro-laryngoscope and therapy with riluzole 50 mg 1 ... in the tongue and weakness of the soft palate, some difficulty with swallowing, clearly show that the brainstem motor nuclei are ...

Diffuse Intra-Axial expansive Lesion of the Enchephalic Trunk not surgically investigated _3

arm and hand. On 01/2009 as a result of fever and difficulty swallowing, he was given broad-spectrum antibiotics for 7 days and cortisone ...

Motor Neuron Disease

dysarthria and dysphagia. Her doctor describes her speech difficulty as “Spastic dysarthria with slow and nasal speech" and ... started Rilutek. The differential diagnosis of isolated swallowing and speaking difficulties include: Early motor neuron disease, ...

List of Symptoms

Deep asthenia Deep sleep Deficient taste and swallowing Deficit in motility Deficit in the oral comprehension of ... memory Difficultiesgoing outside unsupervised Difficulty breathing Difficulty during walking Difficulty finding ...

Multinodular goiter with thyroid lobe cysts

patient has persistent compressive symptoms like dyspnea, swallowing difficulty etc then she should consider re-aspiration of fluid vs. ...

Diffuse Intra-Axial expansive Lesion of the Enchephalic Trunk not surgically investigated_4

deviation, uncertain walking, tendency to break up and difficulty in the word articulating activity . A brain CT scan was then ... difficulty with crossed eyes, weak face, difficulty swallowing, and walking . If the tumor is refractory and not responsive ...

Papillary Carcinoma of Thyroid with Multiple and Diffuse Nodular Secondarisms of the Pulmonary Parenchyma

hypoesthesia of the right hemiface; deficient taste and swallowing; right eye hyporeactive to light stimulus with reduction of ... of the surgeries described: aphonia, aggravation of difficulty in walking with the presence of left crural hemisyndrome, ... tactile hypoesthesia (right hemiface), deficient taste and swallowing, right eye hyporeactive to light stimulus , inconstant diplopia ...

Motor Neuron Disease – another opinion

dysarthria and dysphagia. Her doctor describes her speech difficulty as “Spastic dysarthria with slow and nasal speech" and ... June of 2008. More recently, she developed progressive swallowing difficulties as well. In December of 2008 was seen by Dr. X, ...

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