Analysis of related factors of orolingual
angioedema after rt-PA intravenous thrombolytic therapy.
Subjective improvement with second injection lasting 3.5 months Tschopp et al (36) Subjective reduction in (2009; case report) pain and lingual dyskinesia persisting for 2 months, evidenced by amelioration of orolingual
movements and improvement of symptoms, mainly pruritus and burning sensation BTA: botulinum toxin A; BTB: botulinum toxin B; IgA: immunoglobulin A; IgG: immunoglobulin G; IgM: immunoglobulin M; RCT: randomized controlled trial
The main concerning adverse effect of tPA is cerebral hemorrhage; however, another well-known side effect is orolingual
Careful history taking and physical examination, including orolingual
palpation, help provide the exact diagnosis [8, 9].
AIMs were classified into four subtypes: locomotive dyskinesia, axial dystonia, limb dyskinesia, and orolingual
dyskinesia (see video links published in ).
angiodema associated with alteplase treatment of acute stroke: A reappraisal," Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases, vol.
Other rare side-effects to monitor for include orolingual
angioedema, which is associated with prior ACE-inhibitor use and infarcts of the frontal and insular cortex, and anaphylaxis.
The spectrum of orolingual
tremor--a proposed classification system.
It is possible that orolingual
sensitivity and motility show the same compensatory adaptations as in the healthy people who have been edentulous for a longer time.
There has been one serious adverse event: orolingual
angioedema in a subject treated with tPA alone and not minocycline.
Data were collected with use of the orolingual
manometry module of the KayPentax Digital Swallow Workstation (KayPentax; Lincoln Park, New Jersey).