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Differential Diagnosis For Transient limb paralysis/palsy


List of current finding(s):

Trauma Causes
Concussion, spinal cord
Brachial plexus stretch/injury
Pressure neuropathy/fibula/peroneal n.
Radial/pressure neuropathy/saturday noc
Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
West Nile fever/encephalitis
Post-Poliomyelitis syndrome
Poliomyelitis, acute
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis
Guillain-Barre syndrome
Multiple Sclerosis
Metabolic, Storage Disorders
Mononeuropathy, diabetic
Biochemical Disorders
Periodic paralysis
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Cervical spinal stenosis
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Arteriosclerotic, Vascular, Venous Disorders
Cerebral vascular accident
Transient cerebral ischemia attack
Cerebral ischemia
Carotid occlusion/arteriosclerosis
Cerebral lacunar infarct
Cholesterol emboli/carotid
Embolism, carotid artery source
Aneurysm, internal carotid artery
Carotid, fibromuscular hyperplasia
Vegetative, Autonomic, Endocrine Disorders
Migraine headaches/syndrome
Convulsion/grand mal seizure
Epilepsy, grand mal
Todds postictal paralysis
Migrainous stroke/ischemic injury
Vertebrobasilar migraine syndrome
Migraine, hemiplegic type
Reference to Organ System
Sciatic neuropathy
Brachial plexus disorder
Cervical radiculitis
Cervical myelopathy
Radial nerve palsy
Sacral radiculopathy
Myeloradiculopathy syndrome
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NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)