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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Hemiparesis

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Symptoms of dystonia?

Symptoms of dystonia?

Involuntary movement: Dystonia symptoms will vary with type you have. Most frequently there is cramping, or tightening of muscles after heavy use or during stress. Handwriting may worsen after a line or so of writing, a foot may turn inward, head may turn as the neck muscles tighten. ...Read more

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Hemiparesis (Definition)

"Hemi" refers to half. "Paresis" means weakness. Hemiparesis refers to a weakness over one side (half) of body. The most common cause is from a cerebral infarction (stroke) on one side of the brain. It usually affects the opposite side of the body relative to the side of stroke, although if the face is involved, that tends to be on the same side as the brain ...Read more


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What are the signs, symptoms of cerebral palsy?

What are the signs, symptoms of cerebral palsy?

Motor delay: Children with cerebral palsy have difficulty with movement because of an injury to the areas of the brain controling movement. They typically have delay attaining their motor milestones like sitting, crawling and walking. ...Read more

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The cognitive symptoms of stroke?

The cognitive symptoms of stroke?

Cognition and stroke: Depends on where the stroke is. Small and more diffuse strokes may not have any other neurologic symptoms except memory loss or change in executive function(insight, judgement, more complex problem solving). ...Read more

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What are the presenting symptoms of seizure disorder?

What are the presenting symptoms of seizure disorder?

Very variable: It may be from an episode of loosing awareness without "passing out" to full blown seizures involving one or more limbs. It depends on the region of the brain that is affected. ...Read more

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What's the symptoms of seizure?

What's the symptoms of seizure?

Many: There are many types of seizures. Some consist of becoming unresponsive, some will have stiffening and/or shaking of one side of your body or your entire body. The list goes on... But the bottom line is that if you think that you or a family member had a seizure, then get checked. Undiagnosed and untreated seizures can be very dangerous. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cerebral palsy?

What are the symptoms of cerebral palsy?

Non-progressive neur: We do not always know the reasons for Cerebral Palsy and we do not like to assign the Dx too early as some children might have slowdevelopment. Infants with CP might have spasticity of the extremities and trouble coordinating movements-which can later affect speech and swallowing. A Pediatrician should do a complete exam and you might mention your concerns so that if there is anyquestion-referral ...Read more

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What are the signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy?

Abnormal movement: CP is basically when events that happen around birth end up affecting the brain, resulting in uncoordinated and limited movements or result in abnormal posture. Different muscle groups can be hypertonic (too much tone) or hypotonic (too little tone). If your child has these kind of worrisome movements, please c ur pediatrician. ...Read more

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What are the major presenting symptoms of tic douleureux?

What are the major presenting symptoms of tic douleureux?

Pain: This effects the trigeminal nerve, which innervates the face. It presents with severe pain on one side of the face. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of paralysis?

What are  symptoms of paralysis?

Weakness: Usually paralysis means feeling weakness or having difficulty moving one of your limbs or muscles. Many times paralysis can happen with a loss of feeling in the affected area if there is sensory nerve involvement. When we talk about paralysis keep in mind that this means weakness lasting for a couple of days at least - not just an arm or leg "falling asleep" after sitting for a while! ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of infantile paralysis?

Depends on cause.: There are a number of different causes of infantile paralysis; each can present a little differently. Paralysis, however, refers to loss of muscle function, either localized or generalized, and can be due to muscle or nerve problems. ...Read more

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Symptoms of ischaemia?

Symptoms of ischaemia?

Pain: Depends on the organ which is ischemic and degree of ischemia. Brain- TIA or stroke heart angina or heart attack kidney - failure or hypertension limbs claudication or rest pain or gangrene. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of the onset of Parkinson's disease?

What are symptoms of the onset of Parkinson's disease?

Tremor, Poor Control: Tremor or poor control of movement are typical presenting signs. Loss of smell can also be a sign of pd. ...Read more

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What are the major presenting symptoms of poliomyelitis?

What are the major presenting symptoms of poliomyelitis?

See below:: As a highly infectious virus, polio invades the nervous system, and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours. The virus enters the body through the mouth and multiplies in the intestine. Initial symptoms are fever, fatigue, headache, vomiting, stiffness in the neck and pain in the limbs. 1 in 200 infections leads to irreversible paralysis (usually in the legs). 5-10% die due to resp. Failure. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of cerebral palsy aside from spasticity?

What are symptoms of cerebral palsy aside from spasticity?

Varies: The primary systems involved in CP are the muscles and nervous involved in movement and maintaining posture. Abnormally high or low muscle tone and impairments in the control of these muscle are the hallmark of cp.Other systems can have associated problems, like seizures, visual defects and more. This is a broad diagnosis that varies from very mild to quite disabling, so its features also vary. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of neurological disorder?

Anything you do: Everything we see, hear, feel, every motion and emotion is controlled by the nervous system. When these systems do not work properly it can be considered as a neurological disorder. First get a thorough medical evaluation. Then let your primary doctor determine if neurological consultation is needed. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of post-polio syndrome?

What are the symptoms of post-polio syndrome?

Twitching and weakne: The main symptoms are muscle twitching and new onset of weakness which may be progressive long after a person has had polio. The person should consult a neurologist for management suggestions. ...Read more

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What arre the symptoms of sarcoidosis?

What arre the symptoms of sarcoidosis?

Variable: They can range from being asymptomatic to cough, bloody cough, headache, GI problems, visual problems, arthritis, the list goe on. ...Read more

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What are the presenting symptoms of neuropathy?

What are the presenting symptoms of neuropathy?

Pain and numbness,: These are the most common symptoms of polyneuropathy: tingling numbness loss of sensation in the arms and legs. ...Read more

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Symptoms of anyurysm?

Usually none: Most are asymptomatic for most of the duration, even after identified. Once symptomatic thy should be fixed! back pain early satiety if quite large may press on stomach. Pain with expansion- rupture. ...Read more

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