hyperreflexia


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hy·per·re·flex·i·a

[MIM*145290]
n. hiperreflexia, reflejos exagerados.
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Urodynamic tests may report detrusor hyperreflexia either sporadically or combined with impaired contractility, decreased bladder compliance or capacity, bladder hypersensitivity, hypoor acontractile bladder and increased postvoid residual urine concomitant to the detrusor hyperreflexia (3, 5- 8, 10).
He had obvious cognitive impairment (MMSE and MoCA scores of 23 and 19, respectively) and decreased muscular strength (proximal muscle strength: Level III, distal muscle strength: Level IV) with hyperreflexia and bilateral Babinski sign.
In addition to the signs of PD, she was also noted to have hyperreflexia with bilateral Hoffmann's reflexes, but normal plantar responses.
Neurological examination revealed mild weakness, decreased sensation to light touch, hyperreflexia, and a positive Babinski sign on the left.
Sacral bladder denervation for treatment of detrusor hyperreflexia and autonomic dysreflexia," Urology, vol.
On subsequent visits to the clinic, she had no evidence of focal neurological deficits except for mild bilateral symmetric hyperreflexia.
It also causes cardiac arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat), confusion, urine retention and painful urination, hyperthermia, hyperreflexia, muscle pain, severe agitation, rapid breathing, and tremor.
At the time of the current admission (6 years after the incident), the patient showed low muscular tension of the limbs, normal muscle strength, tendon hyperreflexia, positive pathological reflexes of both lower limbs, unstable gait, and involuntary movements of the upper limbs.
Botulinum-A toxin for treating detrusor hyperreflexia in spinal cord injured patients: A new alternative to anticholinergic drugs Preliminary results.
The other patient was a young female, with an acute onset, distal paraesthesias, hyperreflexia and anisochoria, low back and inter-scapular pain, and rapidly progressive kyphosis.
These stimulus parameters were similar to those used to reduce spasticity, hyperreflexia, and clonus [1,2,4,8,22,28] using these stimulus settings, each subject tested to determine the sensory or 1.
Historically, clinicians have used tests and measures such as ankle clonus, Babinski sign, hyperreflexia, and the Hoffmann sign to screen for cervical myelopathy.