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How can I stop clonus ?

How can I stop clonus ?

Cause: Do you know what is cause of your clonus ? Have you seen a neurologist ? ...Read more

Dr. Marvin Ott
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Clonus (Definition)

Clonus is a series of rhythmic muscular contractions and relaxations. Clonus is most often seen in cases of stroke or spinal cord damage, ...Read more


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What are the symptoms of clonus?

Movement: Clonus is the involuntary, repetitive movement of a muscle or muscle group. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of clonus in children?

Rythmic movements: Clonus is a symptom, characterized by involutary rhythmic movements. These can be a sign of other conditions. If your child is experiencing clonus, they need to see their physician. ...Read more

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Is there a way to prevent clonus?

Medications, PT: Clonus is over-active reflexes. This can occur after strokes as well as in some other neurological conditions. Occasionally a person will have clonus without any neurological condition. Options include avoiding positions that trigger the clonus; persistent physical therapy after a stroke to help muscle retraining; muscle relaxant medications such as baclofen; and possibly Botox injections. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for clonus?

Depend: It depend on the disease which causes clonus. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for clonus?

Mulitple: Options include avoiding positions that trigger the clonus; physical therapy; muscle relaxant medications such as baclofen; and possibly Botox injections. ...Read more

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When is ankle clonus normal?

When is ankle clonus normal?

It is not: Ankle clonus is a reflex seen in states such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord damage, hepatic encephalopathy and serotonin syndrome. If it is present, a neurologic referral is in order. ...Read more

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What are some sign that i may have ankle clonus?

What are some sign that i may have ankle clonus?

Spasms & relaxation: Ankle clonus is a series of abnormal reflex movements of the foot, induced by bending the foot upward at the ankle, causing alternate contraction and relaxation of the calf muscle. This can be present in stroke patients, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis. If this is indeed present, talk to your doctor about getting a neurology referral. ...Read more

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Who can I ask to explain the ankle clonus test results to me?

Movement disorder: Ankle clonus is a movement disorder characterised by involuntary waves of muscle contractions in the ankle that occur in responce to streching the muscle in and around the ankle. It is usually sign of neurological disorder as body normally prevents such contractions from occuring. ...Read more

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Good morning, can you please tell me if Clonus Babinski is hereditary?

Signs Not Diseases: Clonus & Babinski are clinical signs that indicate an upper motor neuron. There is a differential diagnosis if you have these signs. The primary diagnoses that can present with Clonus & Babinski are typically not hereditary. (Stroke, MS, etc...) ...Read more