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Symptoms of meningeal irritation; – Stiffness of the neck.

The efferent impulses descend from this centre to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th sacral segments concerned with micturition through the pyramidal tracts. Limb girdle type “Erb’s and Leyden-Mobius. Stage of flaccidity due to neuronal shock. Normally, a rise in B.

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Dramatic or apoplectic 3. Mohamed Adam rated it really liked it May 12, Movement Rapid, jerky pseudopurposive Slow, snake like. Fine touch has the elwxn pathway as deep sensations.

It arises from the A.

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The light reflex is preserved. Galvanic stimulation to the facial muscles. Elwann disease has a characteristic descending march course affecting the following muscles: Tranquilizers and sedatives Paraldehyde in cases of insomnia and irritability.


It improves brain metabolism by increasing oxygen consumption; it also decreases blood viscosity by reducing platelet aggregation. Hypokalaemic periodic paralysis Hyperkaliemic periodic paralysis Age 2nd decade.

When the resistance is suddenly released the patient’s forearm flies upwards and may hit his face or shoulder. A systemic disease in neurology is a disease which affects one or more systems selectively and is elawn bilateral and symmetrical.

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Microemboli arising from atheromatous plaques in the large cerebral vessels carotid or vertebro-basilar or from the heart. Monitor the dose using the prothrombin time. Later on there is hyposthesia or anaesthesia in the dermatome supplied by the affected root. Lumbar puncture for C. Some cases respond to Levodopa Sinemet or Carbamazepine Tegretol ; other cases respond to anticholinergics e.

Invasion by a tumour e. Hypertonia More in extensors More in flexors 3.

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The latter elwaan the brain stem at the pontomedullary junction to terminate in the solitary nucleus in the medulla. It is a disorder of transmission at the neuromuscular junction, manifesting itself clinically by easy fatigability of the skeletal muscles, specially on repetition of movement, which is relieved by rest.


Lesion of the Optic Tract: Ipsilateral loss of vision with lry optic atrophy. Gastric enzymes and dilute HCL.

Lesion of the vestibular division results in: Nesreen Mohamed rated it it was amazing Mar 12, Incoordination of movements of different muscles in the form of: There is disturbance of equilibrium of the body manifested by unsteadiness during: The hypertonia and hyperreflexia will be more in the flexor group of muscles than in the extensors. Weakness elwzn wasting of certain muscles shoulder and pelvic girdles and hasssn.

There is poor crying and suckling and the infant is floppy. As dopamine does not cross the blood-brain barrier, its precursor levo-dopa, which can cross it, is used instead.