KEYWORDS: Acute weakness, Cerebral infarct, Monoparesis
This report described other peripheral neurologic condition related to the copper deficiency that was characterized mainly by monoparesis
due to a neurogenic atrophy of an extensor muscle.
Children may have hemiparesis, monoparesis
, sensory impairment, involuntary movements, headaches, dizziness, or seizures.
We report the case of a previously healthy, 30-year old male patient, who presented with progressive back pain, who developed lower left monoparesis
Data were discordant for 2 patients for defining monoparesis
4] The latter may present as Brown-Sequard syndrome, central cord syndrome, anterior cord syndrome, and posterior cord syndrome or rarely as monoparesis
of upper or lower extremities.
Of the 45 presenting with hemi/ monoparesis
, 25 had brain abscess, 19 empyema and 1 a combination of abscess and empyema.
Este estudio fue presentado en Brasil en la conferencia de IEEE denominada "SEGAH: Serious Games and Applications for Health" en el presente ano y puede ser consultado en el IEEE Explorer con el nombre de "Shoulder Flexion Rehabilitation in Patients with Monoparesis
Using an Exergame".
Although the criteria (Table 1) for the diagnosis of moyamoya are based on both angiography and magnetic resonance (12), recognition of this disease is often limited to those who consider moyamoya in the differential for patients with hemiparesis, monoparesis
, sensory impairment, headaches, dizziness, seizures, or numerous other central neurological abnormalities.
The patient suffered from monoparesis
or loss of voluntary motor function in his left leg, acute weakness in his right leg, and the thoracic vertebrae showed abnormalities.
13) described a 73-year-old female who developed monoparesis
in the right upper extremity following brachial plexus neuritis secondary to HZ.
Focal motor deficits include hemiparesis/plegia and monoparesis
and should be documented during assessment of the motor component of the Glasgow coma score.