Traumatic cervical disc herniation tetraparesis
in a patient kicked by a horse.
Severe hypokalemia could provoke muscle hypotonia, with a redutable sign, during the patient's evolution: tetraparesis
(7) and electrocardiographic changes: arrhythmias.
The classical signs of MMI consist of contralateral hemiparesis, lemniscal sensory loss, ipsilateral lingual palsy1 and contralateral pharyngeal palsy.2 Patients with bilateral MMI syndrome often present with tetraparesis
, bilateral loss of deep sensation, dysphagia and speech difficulties.
In advanced stages tetraparesis
or spastic paraparesis and contractures may develop (6).
Swimming puppy syndrome--also known as swimmer syndrome, flat pup syndrome, splay leg (paraparesis), splay weak (tetraparesis
), and myofibrillar hypoplasia--is one of the musculoskeletal disorders in puppies .
Physical examination was notable for flaccid tetraparesis
, decreased deep tendon reflexes, with sparing of the facial, oropharyngeal and respiratory muscles.
--Si afecta a tronco encefalico, dado que en el esta situada la formacion reticular, es lugar de paso de vias propioceptivas y motoras y ademas tienen su origen gran parte de los pares craneales, podemos encontrar, respectivamente, diferentes grados de depresion, ataxia y tetraparesis
, ademas de posible disfuncion de otros pares craneales,
Tumour-like calcinosis causing reversible tetraparesis
in a patient on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis.
Italian uclear physicist Fulvio Frisone is disabled, suffering from spastic dystonic tetraparesis
that forced him to a wheelchair.
Other additional neurological manifestations included tetraparesis
, hemiparesis, cranial nerve involvements and cerebellar findings.
* Complete tetraparesis
can be secondary to muscle pathology
These findings included: hypertonia tetraparesis
(the muscle tone was more rigid than spastic), coarse tremor, and extensor leg posture (dystonic movements).