was the only clinical difference in the stroke presentation between the two groups.
Age-related hearing loss (ARHL) or presbycusis in the most common sensory deficit
in the elderly and is a great social and health challenge.
Hearing impairment is the most frequent human sensory deficit
and is mainly caused by the irreversible loss of neurosensory cells in the cochlea.
Laryngeal penetration of food and drink can lead to frank aspiration, particularly when a supraglottic sensory deficit
2A) reviewed the clinical presentations of CR patients and reported that 99% of patients had arm pain, %85 had sensory deficit
, 71% reflex deficit and 68% had motor deficit.
Summary: Hearing loss is the most common sensory deficit
Physical examination revealed a chronically ill appearing man with motor and sensory deficit
of the left upper and lower extremities.
Christine Petit's team at the Sensory Deficit
Genetics laboratory at Institut Pasteur identified many of the genes implicated in early-onset forms of deafness.
Children with certain neurological disorders that result in sensory deficit
, muscular imbalance, or looseness in the ligaments are prone to growth plate fractures, especially at the ankle and knee.
To gain a better understanding of the problems associated with hearing loss and aging, the relationship between sensory deficit
and adverse psychosocial consequences in the elderly was studied by Bess, Logan, and Lichenstein (1990) at the Bill Wilkerson Hearing and Speech Center, in Nashville, Tennessee.
6) Alternately, the superior alveolar nerve could have been damaged during the tooth extraction; however, if this were the case, one would suspect a sensory deficit
, and there was no discernible sensory deficit
in this patient.
It is characterized by sensory deficit
in the distal part of the lower extremities, chronic ulcers of the feet and sometimes progressive destruction of the bones beneath the ulcers.