Complicated question. Pseudo-bulbar palsy 1. Degeneration of corticobulbar pathways to v, vii, x, xi, xii 2. Lower motor neuron signs (-) 3. Gag reflex (+) 4. Spastic tongue 5. Jaw jerk (+) 6. Spastic dysarthria 7. Labile emotion 8. Bilateral umn bulbar palsy 1. Disturbance to x, xi, xii 2. Lower motor neuron signs (+) 3. Gag reflex (-) 4. Wasted tongue, fasciculations 5. Jaw jerk (-) 6. Nasally speech 7. Normal emotion.
Which tests should I seek? Signs of: pseudobulbar palsy, mild eye pain, back and forth vision change and floaters all gradual, diagnosis with bipolar age 14
Pseudobulbar palsy. Consult a neurologist for a complete neurological examination. . Read more...