Paresthesias


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Paresthesias

A prickly, tingling sensation.
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3,5,6,9,10) None of the Texas coral snakebite victims developed neurologic findings other than paresthesias.
Urinary retention lasted for 38 days, and the patient had occasional mild headaches and paresthesia in his feet for the next 5 months.
Her symptoms reappeared, accompanied by persistent vomiting, shooting pain in the right ear, neck pain, paresthesias, and alopecia.
Rarely do they present with pain, paresthesias, or other focal neurologic deficits.
We report the case of a previously healthy young woman who presented with the primary symptoms of palpitations, chest pain, dyspnea, and paresthesias.
Other events potentially related to intravenous dosing of Remodulin include arm swelling, paresthesias, hematoma and pain.
On January 21, he complained of paresthesias involving the tips of his fingers.
They did not notice weakness or paresthesias until 10-60 minutes after the onset of symptoms.
The most common adverse events were weight loss, sedation or fatigue, paresthesias, and memory and word-finding problems.
Paresthesias of the second and third divisions of the trigeminal nerve on the left were present, and there was tenderness on palpation of the left nuchal area where the muscle attaches at the occiput.
A few weeks later, the patient began having low back pain, paresthesias, ascending weakness, and unexplained intermittent hypotension.