What causes pseudobulbar palsy?
causes of pseudobulbar palsy are as following: 1- Vascular diseases; Bilateral Hemisphere Infarction. 2- Degenerative disorders ; Motor neuron disease 3-Inflammatory disorders ; Multiple sclerosis 4-Malignancy ; High brain stem tumor 5-Brain trauma
Cebral palsy is a cognitive disability. there is bleeding in her brain when you are born, which causes mental problems. Erbs palsy is a physical disability. it does not affect your mind at all. in fact, i have erbs palsy and i am one of the smartest kids in my school. When treated correctly, a person usually has about 90% use of the arm, which is where erbs palsy usually is.
What is the temporary paralysis of the seventh cranial nerve which causes drooping only on the side of the face?
Cerebral palsy is one of the most common causes of chronic childhood disability (1.4-2.7 % births). While preemies constitute a small minority of children with cerebral palsy, they are 25 times more likely to develop cerebral palsy than fullterm babies. Cerebral palsy (primarily diplegic cerebral palsy) occurs in 5-8 percent of babies born weighing less than 3 pounds.
Shingles can cause Bell's Palsy indirectly. The herpes zoster virus sometimes breaks out into shingles. The shingles may cause blistering in the area of the Facial Nerve (Cranial VII nerve) which controls the muscles on one side of the face or the other. This inflammation, not the shingles, is what causes Bell's Palsy. When shingles and Bell's Palsy are interrelated like this, it is called Ramsey-Hunt Syndrome.
Cerebral palsy is caused by an injury in the brain. There are various factors that can cause this injury, it may be due to something that happened before or during birth, or even after. For more information there is a cerebral palsy organisation it may be helpful to contact online, or call on 1-800-692-4453 if you are in America.
In a sense, yes. There is a disease called Kuru, that is sometimes referred to as laughing sickness due to the pathologic bursts of laughter people would display when afflicted with the disease. There is also something the Pseudobulbar Affect which causes excessive laughing or crying. There are other causes to excessive laughing, such as drugs or being overly tired.
Yes, very much so. Bell's palsy is caused by the herpes virus (same one that causes chicken pox and shingles in adults) and this virus causes various ailments (including BP) during an immuno-compromised condition - stress and anxiety can compromise your immune system, which is why they are dangerous health conditions.
The word 'idiopathic' itself translates into 'of unknown cause'. Your third nerve palsy should have been thoroughly investigated and the known causes ruled out in the course of the examinations, tests and lab results. Of any group of patients with your symptoms, a certain proportion will have x, another fraction will have y and some will have z. What is left over is a group for which there is no known cause for their symptoms…
Palsy is a medical term used to describe certain forms of paralysis that is accompanied with loss of feeling, tremors and spasms. Some types of palsy are: Bells palsy - partial facial paralysis Bulbar palsay - cranial nerve paralysis Cerebral palsy - a neural disorder caused by intercranial lesions Conjugate gaze palsy - a disorder affecting eye movement Erb's palsy/Brachial palsy - paralysis in one arm Wasting palsy - otherwise known as spinal muscular atrophy