Human head and neck Pseudobulbar palsy

Umn & lmn disorders Mov3 umn & lmn disordersUmn & lmn disorders Mov3 umn & lmn disorders
Reflex responses simplest form of coordinated movement rapid, stereotyped involuntary movements; elicited by sensory stimulus that requires quick reaction at involuntary level. Pseudobulbar palsy
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Psp progressive Supranuclear Palsy GeneralPsp progressive Supranuclear Palsy General
Not life-threatening in and of itself (but swallowing issues  pneumonia  death). Pseudobulbar palsy
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Original article pattern of moter neuron disease in north india-study at teriary care centerOriginal article pattern of moter neuron disease in north india-study at teriary care center
Ranvir Singh Yadav1, V. N. Mishra2, Garima Gupta3, Arun Kumar Singh4, Deepika Joshi5. Pseudobulbar palsy
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Appendix e Detailed case reports v-3Appendix e Detailed case reports v-3
Nerve conduction studies at the age of 47 showed normal velocities and mildly reduced compound muscle action potential amplitudes in the lower extremities. He has been treated symptomatically with baclofen and cpap at night. Pseudobulbar palsy
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Neurology multiple-choice questionsNeurology multiple-choice questions
Directions: Each question below contains four suggested responses. Select the one best response to each question. Pseudobulbar palsy
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General neurology and auxiliary methodsGeneral neurology and auxiliary methods
Topical diagnosis in upper motor neuron lesion. Pseudobulbar palsy
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It does not affect the sphincters, eye movements or sensory nervesIt does not affect the sphincters, eye movements or sensory nerves
It affects upper and lower motor neurones in the anterior horn cells (lmn signs) and the corticospinal tract & motor nuclei of the brain stem (umn signs). The disease is of unknown aetiology. Pseudobulbar palsy
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Clinical skills: speech examinationClinical skills: speech examination
Even if you find it difficult to have a full conversation with the patients, it is important to persist with the exam and thoroughly assess each aspect the dysphasias, articulation, and phonation. Pseudobulbar palsy
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Cns lesions produce abnormal breathing patternsCns lesions produce abnormal breathing patterns
Despite the diffuse nature of many pathologies that give rise to abnormal breathing patterns, Plum and colleagues systematically characterized several breathing disorders (Fig. 35. 4) arising from specific cns pathologies. Pseudobulbar palsy
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