Lance-Adams syndrome

Lance-Adams syndrome

(lăns-ăd′ămz)
Myoclonus occurring after any disease or condition that limits the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain.
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There was another possibility that the patient's abnormal involuntary movement was caused by Lance-Adams syndrome (LAS), with involuntary movements developed after hypoxic encephalopathy.
assessed effects of EMST on speech parameters in a 26 yr-old woman with mixed dysarthria as a result of Lance-Adams syndrome (LAS) associated with traumatic brain injury [26].
* fixed injuries such as carbon-monoxide poisoning, hypoxic injury or near-drowning (Lance-Adams syndrome), heatstroke, trauma, stroke, or electrocution;