On examination, he had slurred speech and wide-based ataxic
gait; so he could walk with one-person support.
However, they possess an important risk factor for FRAXopathies, leading to 40 % of men (10, 23) and 16 % of women to present FXTAS (10, 24) characterized by distal tremors similar to that of parkinson's and an ataxic
gait; 20 % of female carriers develop FXPOI (10, 25) and present an absence of menstruation before 40 years of age, including menstrual cycle disorders and decreased reproduction.
Luke's Screening assessment for cerebellar toxicity with high-dose cytarabine (Ara-C), we can assess following criteria such as confused or somnolent, slurred speech, nystagmus (rhythmic eye beats with gaze), ataxic
or unsteady gait, arm tremor (extend forward palms up), and also patient signature (assess deterioration of fine motor coordination).
As she grows taller and her gait becomes severely ataxic
, constant tumbles are a regular part of our new normal.
8] The early symptoms of WE are acute global confessional state, ataxic
or unsteady gait, impairment of consciousness, paresis of ocular muscles, and nystagmus.
CP is very rare and according to the available evidence it is distributed across the first three GMFCS levels.
The patient's neurological examination revealed the presence of cerebellar-type dysarthria, truncal ataxia, wide-based ataxic
gait, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, and hyperreflexia in all his extremities.
Hensley, who lives with ataxic
cerebral palsy, sometimes uses a power wheelchair to help with her mobility.
On examination, the patient appeared to have alcohol intoxication, with slurred speech, an ataxic
gait and an ethanol smell.
According to this classification, patients were divided into four main groups: spastic (unilateral or bilateral), dyskinetic (dystonic or choreoathetoid), ataxic
, and mixed.
The hallmarks of HACE are encephalopathic symptoms and signs, including ataxic
gait, severe lassitude, and progressive decline of mental function and consciousness (irritability, confusion, impaired mentation, drowsiness, stupor, and finally coma).
This edition has new chapters on ataxic
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