(3) The most frequent clinical feature of TOS is pain in the affected upper limbs, followed by weakness, numbness and parasthesia
. Pain and parasthesia
were the most frequently observed symptoms in approximately 95% of patients in the study conducted by Sanders et al.
Cranial nerve examination and parasthesia
mapping were performed as part of a head and neck examination.
Careful assessment of capillary refill, color, and motor function of the affected extremity will allow the nurse to differentiate between parasthesia
related to dissipation of the block and potential nerve compromise or ischemic pain (Murauski & Gonzalez, 2002; Rivellini, 1993).
Chronic arsenic toxicity may cause peripheral neuropathies, parasthesia
, ataxia, cognitive deficits, fatigue, and muscular weakness.
2002 ([dagger]) United Kingdom 55-year-old man admitted to Dundee hospital with acute hematemesis and upper limb parasthesia
; became aggressive and required sedation on day 5; died on day 14.
(12) Therefore, acute chest pain occurring with new neurological deficits, such as arm or leg parasthesia
or voice change, is strongly indicative of aortic dissection.
Early in the course of the disease, vCJD patients usually have early and persistent psychiatric symptoms, including anxiety, depression, and social withdrawal; persistent painful sensory symptoms with dysesthesia and/or parasthesia
also have been reported (8).
Overall effectiveness of the drug continued, particularly related to tracheostomy-free survival despite asthenia. Other effects occurred more commonly, particularly dizziness, drrhea, anorexia and circumoral parasthesia
in patients taking the higher doses in the clinical studies.
Other symptoms are shortness of breath, a sore tongue and parasthesia
(pins and needles in your fingers).
These abnormal molecules produce inappropriate electrical currents that cause increased, abnormal firing, which can result in pain and parasthesia
(abnormal and sometimes unpleasant pins-and-needles sensations) or spasticity.
The fractures of ZMC lead to numbness and parasthesia
of the upper lip, gingiva, lateral surface of the nose and skin of the cheek.
On physical examination, the Straight Leg Raise test (2) (at approximately 30[degrees] of hip flexion), the Hibb's test, and the Yeoman's test each elicited pain and parasthesia
down the patient's left leg; the Double Leg Raise, seated Kemp's, and Nachlas' tests were negative.