She showed a favorable evolution over the next months until, on 13th September of the same year, she presented a clinical picture with similar characteristics but with lower intensity and no dysarthria
(the last dose of golimumab was administered on August 19; hence, dysarthria
reappeared again about 1 month from golimumab administration until the appearance of the symptoms).
It may present with vertigo, tinnitus, diplopia, dysarthria
Kang, "Impact of co-occurring dysarthria
and aphasia on functional recovery in post-stroke patients," Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine, vol.
She was first found hypothermic in March 2013 after an admission for confusion (GCS 10/15), dysarthria
, and reduced mobility (see Table 1).
Six months ago, he was hospitalized in another neurological department because of a one-week persistent dysarthria
. An obtained cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at that time revealed a symmetric hyperintensity in both cerebellar hemispheres (Figure 1(a)).
Common symptoms of neuroacanthocytosis include epileptic seizures, dysarthria
, and cognitive and psychiatric disorders.
Studies reaffirm that quality of life is largely affected by the presence of dysarthria
caused by various underlying diseases (6, 7)
PCD associated with anti-Yo antibodies has been described in prior reports associated with various neoplasms and presents with ataxia, nystagmus, vertigo, and dysarthria
The clinical manifestations consist of mild or high-grade fever, headache, altered mental state, and acute onset of cerebellar symptoms such as truncal ataxia, nystagmus, tremor, dysarthria
, and hypotonia .
Moderate and/or severe dysarthria
were considered as indicative (sufficiently and absolutely determinant) of APD for 77.40%ofneurologistsinthe first-round and 76.92% in the second-round.
Post operatively mouth opening was improved considerably with transient dysarthria
and dysphagia which improved with the passage of time.
Ataxia and dysarthria
are common presenting signs; however three clinical stages of the disease have been described.