2 edition of On locomotor ataxia found in the catalog.
On locomotor ataxia
E. F. Trevelyan
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Locomotor ataxia (tabes dorsalis): An Introduction to the Study and Treatment of Nervous Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library! Locomotor ataxia (tabes dorsalis); an introduction to the study and treatment of nervous diseases, for students and practitioners,. [William Joseph Marie Alois Maloney].
Locomotor Ataxia. Problems: The preataxic stage may last for several years, especially if atrophy of the optic nerve occurs; the stage of ataxia in such cases being postponed indefinitely, or, if present, the further course may be arrested. The disease runs from ten to thirty years, though, in rare cases, it lasts but a few months or years. Locomotor patterns in cerebellar ataxia G. Martino,1,2 Y. P. Ivanenko,2 M. Serrao,3,4 A. Ranavolo,5 A. d’Avella,2 F. Draicchio,5 C. Conte,3 C. Casali,4 and F Cited by:
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Maloney (Author)Written: 24 Nov, Locomotor Ataxia (Tabes Dorsalis): An Introduction to the Study and Treatment of Nervous Diseases, for Students and Practitioners [William J.M.A. Maloney] on. **Plumbum, too, perhaps is a near pathological simillimum to locomotor ataxia.
It produces paralysis with atrophy loss of co- ordination, anaesthesia and impotence. The fulgurating pains of this remedy are worse at night and sometimes so severe as to make the patient cry out.
James E. Lilienthal suggested the use of **Plumbum phosphoricum in this disease, reporting favourable results from its use. Locomotor Ataxia Dr.
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The leading doctors and medical books acknowledge that accumulated poisons in the body are a secondary cause of locomotor ataxia, but they endeavor to remove these poisons by the introduction of other poisons, such as mercury, which is known to cause optic nerve atrophy; iodid of potassium, which deranges digestion and causes intense gastro.
LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA (Gr. ἀ, priv., and τάξις, order; synonyms, Tabes dorsalis, posterior spinal sclerosis), a progressive degeneration of the nervous system, involving the posterior columns of the spinal cord with other structures, and causing muscular in coordination and disorder of gait and station.
The essential symptoms of the disease. Locomotor ataxia is the inability to precisely control one's own bodily movements. People afflicted with this disease may walk in a jerky, non-fluid manner.
People afflicted with this disease may walk in a jerky, non-fluid manner. The aim of homeopathic medicine for locomotor ataxia is not only to treat locomotor ataxia but to address its underlying cause and individual susceptibility.
As far as therapeutic medication is concerned, several remedies are available to treat locomotor ataxia that can be selected on the basis of cause, sensations and modalities of the complaints.
Locomotor Ataxia is the most frequent affection of the spinal cord. The preataxic stage, although easily recognized, is easily overlooked as the result of a hasty diagnosis.
During this stage the disease is curable if appropriate treatment is instituted, otherwise the patient gradually drifts into the second or ataxic stage, when the Author: D.
Brower. Diseases Of The Spinal Cord I. Locomotor Ataxia (Posterior Spinal Sclerosis) This disease is characterized by disturbances of sensations and incoordinations of the muscular system.
Nutritive changes are also in evidence. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Halliday G.
Sutherland. The Lancet REMARKS ON LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA. RalphM. Canfield M.D., L.R.C.P. LOND., &c. FORMERLY OF LA SALPE ´ TRIE ` RE, PARIS.
A LoNG and minute description of locomotor ataxia in all, or in fact in any, of its stages is not the province of this by: 1. is a locomotor ataxia beginning inthe arms.
These lose theirtendonreactions, but showexcess of direct mechan-icalexcitability. In the legs wefind excessive knee jerk and normalmechanical responses. The conditionsseen in commoncases of ataxia are here reversed.
I have little doubtthatinthe earlieststages of thisdisease the tendon reactions are. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Locomotor Ataxia; an Introduction to the Study and Treatment of Nervous Diseases by William J.
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Tabes dorsalis (also called locomotor ataxia) occurs at about 20–25 years after the primary infection in untreated patients, at a higher frequency in males than females ().
This late manifestation of syphilis results from inflammatory attacks on the spinal cord, especially the root ganglia, causing degeneration of the nerve fibres, pain in the legs, paralysis of the leg muscles, acute abdominal pain, and several. 7 Peterson F. Locomotor ataxia.
In: Dercum FX, ed. A Text-Book on Nervous Diseases by American Authors Philadelphia: Lea Brothers & Co. ; 8 Osler W. Locomotor ataxia (tabes dorsalis; posterior spinal sclerosis).Cited by: Locomotor Ataxia. This disease, which was for a long time confounded with paralysis, is characterized by inability of the patient to control the voluntary muscles, especially those of the lower extremities, so as to execute the requirements of his will.
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sensory ataxia ataxia due to loss of proprioception (joint position sense), resulting in poorly judged movements and becoming aggravated when the eyes are closed.Absence of knee jerk.
2. Fulgurating pains. 3. Ataxia. Cases of poisoning by ergot have proved that changes in the spinal cord, wonderfully similar to those found in locomotor ataxia, are produced by the remedy, and also that the symptoms of the two conditions bear a strong similarity.