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Causes Of Hyperreflexia
Most do not: If spinal cord impinged, however, some problems may occur. Be seen and discuss re neurologist consult.
Here are a few: May see with spinocerebellar degenerations, such a freidrich's ataxia, not unique to find in multiple sclerosis, might see with von hippel lindau syndrome, sometimes occurs with lupus, vasculitis, sjogren's. Occasionally a meningioma at the base of brain can present this way. Some brainstem strokes do this. Might go to wikepedia, or a site such as mayo clinic, as more information in depth there.
What are the causes for clonus hyperreflexia in both arms and legs. MRI shows no signs of MS or neuron impairment?
MRI only tells: .. part of the story. If you have myoclonus and hyper-reflexia, you must establish a strong relationship with a good neurologist in order to get diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. North of the equator, there are several devastating neurological disorders that cause these symptoms, multiple sclerosis being only one of them. Please get yourself diagnosed quickly.
The brain: Hyperreflexia is increased reflexes. This is an "upper motor neuron" issue, and comes from diseases of the brain such as multiple sclerosis or a stroke. Cervical spine stenois (tightness) can also cause this bilaterally. Ataxia is incoordination of motor movements. Most commonly this occurs from disease of the cerebellum. These can be acquired (toxins, low b12) and genetic.
Is hyperreflexia permanent or temperory, when caused by alcohol withdraws are over? Is this permanent
Temporary: It is a sign of increased Adrenalin and possibly other neurotransmitters that are seen in alcohol withdrawal. Once the withdrawal is over, they go away. If there is some other cause (a brain or spinal cord lesion, or other diseases or medications that can cause it), then it may persist. A neurologist can help figure it out the cause and treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
10 year o son diag clonus hyperreflexia mild left hemipareses what could have caused this quick onset neg brain MRI spine MRI mild bulges l4l5s1. Told unrelated. Is there anything else I can do for him other than ot pt? What could have caused this that I
Cerebral palsy: Children can be missed for this diagnosis, especially if its very mild. Not sure if your child had a long or laborous delivery when you had him, but this can deprive the brain of oxygen during the delivery. Many times children recover well afterwards and cerebral palsy is ruled out. It then manifests later in life as the clonus hyperreflexia or an achilles tendon rupture. See a pm;r/neuro doc.See 1 more doctor answer
I have clonus and hyperreflexia. Also have sjogren's, low B12 but normal MRI of brain and spine. Burning weak arms legs. Can clonus caused by sjogrens?
Sort this out: Both sjogren's and b-12 deficiencies can cause small fiber neuropathy, which can promote limb burning. The weakness could involve large fibres, but the clonus and hyperreflexia may be a sign of upper motor neuron problem within brain or neck, and thus might require imaging studies. A few tests can be useful, such as mri, and skin punch biopsy. Although sjogren's could mimic ms, and cause clonus.See 1 more doctor answer
Muscle reflexes: It means that your muscle reflexes are more pronounced than what is considered normal. Your doctor will determine whether or not you have hyperreflexia by using a rubber hammer to tap on your elbow, arm, knees and ankles and check for muscle contraction or resulting movement. If these muscle jerks are stronger than normal, or if they occur with only a soft tap, this would be considered hyperreflex.
I have recently been diagnosed with congenital hyperreflexia disorder however I have my doubts that it might be pd. How can I tell the difference?
Tremor?: Assuming your concern is about a tremor- you may be able to find online videos showing the difference between a parkinson's tremor and other tremors. Your age greatly favors something besides parkinson's.
Unlikely, but: Tn is trigeminal neuralgia? Should have MRI and see if there is some blood vessel or boney protruberance compressing nerve. Hyper-reflexia is non-specific. Although ms can be associated with your problems and more, it is more likely something different is causing your issues. See a neurologist and get all of this under control.
Bilateral babinski/hoffman, hyperreflexia, spasticity, voice gravely, progressive +5 yrs, MRI, spinal tap normal, doc denies mnd. Family normal.?
I am a 23 year old male. Was evaluated by a neurologist yesterday and he noticed hyperreflexia in both legs. He ordered an MRI. How serious is this?
Hyper reflexes: I do not know the nature of your back problem. If you had an accident these symptoms are usually due to fracture. No accident at your age likely disc.
I went to a neurologist and had hyperreflexia in both legs. Ok in 20 year old? Related to frequent urination?
Hyperreflexia legs: 24 F saw neurologist for unknown reason and hyperreflexia in both legs was noted. Asks OK? Related to frequent urination? It all depends on your whole story of what is going on. May be Ok. Esp if you are nervous. Need more detail on frequent urination. Day or night? A little or a lot. So put together more detail and come back for second opinion.
I had +babinski +hoffmans +clonus hyperreflexia cant walk heel/toe and fall to the R. MRI of brain was normal so does that mean all is fine, what next?
Further work up: You are describing an exam consistent with some form of spasticity. In addition to an mri of the brain that you had, you need an mri of the cervical spine to look for spinal cord compression and a full neurological evaluation to rule out ALS, both of which can cause the signs and symptoms you are describing.
Tremors while at rest. Change in position and they subside. Also, right eye tremor/twitch. PCP noted hyperreflexia, (both knees).?
Tremors: Tremors are fairly common and most are essential tremors, but can be sign of Parkinson's. Also can be associated with drug or alcohol withdrawal.