hemiballism

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hem·i·bal·lism

n. hemibalismo, lesión en el cerebro que afecta a la mitad del cuerpo con movimientos involuntarios rápidos sin coordinación, esp. en las extremidades superiores.
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Over the next 48 hours, the facial weakness improved; however, the rigidity and dystonia persisted in her left arm, and she developed left-sided choreoathetoid movements, which progressed to hemiballismus.
Movement disorders have a wide spectrum, including spasticity, chorea, tics, athetosis, myoclonus, asterixis, hemiballismus, dystonia and many more.
Neurological complications of hypocalcemia are acute convulsions, tetany, basal ganglia calcification, parkinsonism, choreoathetosis and hemiballismus.5,6
A 66-year-old Caucasian woman with stage IIIb lung adenocarcinoma developed right hemiballismus and dysarthria following four months of nivolumab administration.
After this procedure, stroke and hemiballismus can be seen.
Myoclonus is the most frequent finding, but dystonia, choreoathetosis, tremor, hemiballismus, and atypical parkinsonism have also been noted [12].
(1) Movement disorders such as chorea, ataxia, and hemiballismus have been described in the American College of Rheumatology classification of NPSLE.
Neurological complications of low serum calcium are acute seizures, tetany, basal ganglia calcification, parkinsonism, hemiballismus and choreoathetosis16.