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What are the major presenting symptoms of vcjd?
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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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In brief: Many
Blurred vision (sometimes) changes in gait (walking) confusion, disorientation dementia that occurs over a few weeks or months hallucinations lack of coordination (for example, stumbling and falling) muscle stiffness muscle twitching myoclonic jerks or seizures nervous, jumpy feelings personality changes sleepiness speech impairment.

In brief: Many
Blurred vision (sometimes) changes in gait (walking) confusion, disorientation dementia that occurs over a few weeks or months hallucinations lack of coordination (for example, stumbling and falling) muscle stiffness muscle twitching myoclonic jerks or seizures nervous, jumpy feelings personality changes sleepiness speech impairment.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Dr. Eric Weisman
Of the 5 cases I've seen all had gait aprxia in common.
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