hyporeflexia


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hy·po·re·flex·i·a

n. hiporreflexia, reflejos débiles.
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The inclusion criteria consisted of all neonates (<28 days) presenting with clinical signs and symptoms such as reduced activity, lethargy, hypotonia, hyporeflexia, apnoea, cyanosis, respiratory distress, irritability, hypothermia (temperature below 35 C), hyperthermia (Temperature above 40[degrees]C), diarrhoea, vomiting and poor breast feeding and laboratory findings such as leukopenia or leukocytosis, increase of neutrophil percentage and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR).
On arrival at Aga Khan University Hospital in 2016, the baby was noted to have severe hypotonia, hyporeflexia and depressed neonatal reflexes.
The main pathologies that have been most searched and associated with DM are OAB syndrome, detrusor hyporeflexia, detrusor areflexia, urge incontinence and stress UI.
NMS is slower in onset and can be found in patients who are prescribed dopamine antagonists, with distinct symptoms of rigidity and hyporeflexia.
The most frequently encountered clinical picture consists of relatively symmetrical muscular weakness that begins distally in the lower limbs, followed a few days later by the involvement of more proximal muscles such as those of the trunk, neck, and face, hypotonia, hyporeflexia, or areflexia, paresthesia, and opthalmoplegia.[38],[40] GBS is highly diverse with respect to the presence, distribution, and extent of cranial nerve deficits, sensory symptoms, weakness, ataxia, pain, autonomic dysfunction, and the course of the disease.[38]
In a detailed examination, we found nystagmus in horizontal axis, mild paraparesia, hyporeflexia, disruption in vibration perception, and truncal ataxia.
Of the caloric findings, 95% were abnormal (>20% hyporeflexia) of which all were tumor sided.
The neonates suffering from sepsis presents with many symptoms such as vomiting, poor feeding, respiratory distress, fever, diarrhoea, cyanosis, tachycardia or bradycardia, lethargy, irritability, abdominal distension, hepatomegaly, oliguria, pallor, cold, hypotension, seizures, hyporeflexia, hypotonia, jaundice, etc.
In another study, the UFT showed a positive association with the presence of severe hyporeflexia, with the severity being determined by calculation of the percentage difference between the results of the two ears in the caloric reflex test [11].
While each syndrome has unique features in their pathophysiology and symptom presentation, there are some commonalities including ascending weakness, acroparesthesia, and hyporeflexia or areflexia [1].
She had mild hepatosplenomegaly, mild hypotonia, and hyporeflexia; planters were down-going.
Patient #1 Patient #2 Phenotype dSMA-V dSMA-V GARS mutation p.Leu272Arg variant p.Leu272Arg variant Age, current 2 years old 4 years old Age of onset 10 months 9 months Axial and truncal + + (proximal) weakness Hands/feet extremities + + (distal) weakness Hypotonia + + Hyperlaxity + + Hyporeflexia + + Respiratory failure + -- Cardiomyopathy -- -- Patient #3 Mother Phenotype dSMA-V -- GARS mutation p.Leu272Arg variant p.Leu272Arg variant Age, current 7 months old 36 years old Age of onset 7 months old -- Axial and truncal + -- (proximal) weakness Hands/feet extremities + -- (distal) weakness Hypotonia + -- Hyperlaxity + -- Hyporeflexia + -- Respiratory failure + -- Cardiomyopathy -- -- dSMA-V: distal spinal muscular atrophy type V; Leu: leucine; Arg: arginine; + present;--absent.