Other

Many neurological problems have specific signs that are not associated with any of the previous five categories listed in the left menu.












COMMON SIGNS:

  • difficulty swallowing or chewing
  • decreased facial movement
  • voice changes
  • muscle atrophy of the head
  • collapsing
  • hearing loss
  • behavioral changes (confusion, pacing, wandering)
  • trismus
  • dropped jaw

COMMON CAUSES:

  • facial paralysis
    • idiopathic facial paralysis
    • facial nerve trauma
  • jaw paralysis
    • trigeminal neuritis
    • tetanus
  • laryngeal paralysis
  • dysphagia
    • megaesophagus
    • myasthenia gravis
  • bulbar neuritis
    • hypoglossal paralysis
  • trigeminal neuritis
  • masticatory myositis
  • dysautonomia
  • deafness
  • narcolepsy
  • syncope