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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

multiple sclerosis (MS) after episodes of leg and shoulder weakness and parasthesis. Lately he experiences dizziness. His MRI showed ... neck, armpits or groin areas • Fluid retention, facial swelling, weight gain • Nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, ...

Motor Neuron Disease

nerve stimulation of the left spinal accessory and right facial nerves were within normal limits. Single fiber EMG was normal. Needle ... examination there was no limb muscle atrophy or weakness and that tone and reflexes were within normal limits in all four ...

Trigeminal Neuralgia

44-year-old female that presents with Paresthesias and weakness in the right arm and hand, and left trigeminal neuralgia. The patient ... the operation she experienced marked improvement of her facial pain and paresthesias, but eight months later the same symptoms ...

List of Symptoms

Eyelid edema F Face swelling Facial Pain Facial asymmetry Facial pain Facial paralysis ... symptoms (left tibia and hip) Intense sense of weakness (both legs) Intensive meteorism Intermittent claudication ...

Diffuse Intra-Axial expansive Lesion of the Enchephalic Trunk

anxiety and episodes of diffuse headache. Exam noted facial asymmetry and symptoms progressed to vomiting. The patient had ataxia, dyarthria and facial weakness. CT and MRI revealed a expansile lesion of the brainstem and signs of ...

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

7-year-old boy with prodrome of right-sided and right face weakness, gait ataxia, and intermittent headaches. Head computed tomography ... the ideomotor functions, right hand side mouth deviation, facial asymmetry, uncertain walking, ataxia, tendency to break up, difficulty ...

Motor Neuron Disease – additional opinion

nerve stimulation of the left spinal accessory and right facial nerves were within normal limits. Single fiber EMG was normal. Needle ... particularly helpful for evaluation of respiratory muscle weakness. Assuming that all the blood work that was recommended was ...

SOL (Space occupying lesion) of brain

followed by speech disturbances and some right hand weakness. Her physical exam showed very mild signs of right cerebelar ... movements normal. No nystagmus. No Parinaud’s. No facial paralysis. No loss of feeling in the face. No deviation of the tongue. ...