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All patients presented with sensory or autonomic symptoms, which included disturbance of pinprick sensation and temperature sensation, allodynia, hyperalgesia, numbness, coldness, tightness, burning sensation, tingling sensation, bedsheet intolerance, restless legs, sensation of walking on sand or pebbles, muscle cramps, palpitations, hot flushes, hyper/hypohidrosis, skin discoloration, difficulty in urination, constipation/diarrhea, sexual dysfunction, or sicca syndrome.
All patients presented with cramps, fasciculations, muscle pain, and autonomic symptoms, and 2 of them (Cases 4 and 5) also reported numbness and burning sensation in the limbs, which were suggestive of neuropathic pain.
Patients with low levels of autonomic symptoms were compared with those suffering a high degree of dysautonomia.
HAM-A items that were marked by obese patients without a psychiatric diagnosis, mostly were anxious mood, tension, cognitive difficulties, insomnia, depressed mood, somatic anxiety, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and autonomic symptom items (Table 4).
During the 4 weeks of follow-up, the patients with unilateral peripheral vestibular failure experienced a gradual clinical improvement in the degree of their vertigo, autonomic symptoms, and spontaneous nystagmus.
Autonomic symptoms may be present at diagnosis or shortly thereafter; 50% of patients with peripheral neuropathy will have asymptomatic autonomic neuropathy.
Migraine is an episodic headache disorder associated with various combinations of neurologic, gastrointestinal, and autonomic symptoms that affects approximately 28 million Americans, mostly women.
It has tumoral and non-tumoral forms; the former is associated with small cell lung cancer Clinically, it is characterized by proximal weakness, autonomic symptoms, and loss/reduction of deep tendon reflexes (2).
These events have included reports of lethargy, confusion, delirium, and coma--often with neurologic symptoms, such as myoclonus, expressive aphasia, seizures, or autonomic symptoms.
These events have included reports of lethargy, confusion, delirium, and coma--often with neuro-logic symptoms, such as myoclonus, expressive aphasia, seizures, or autonomic symptoms.
1) Physical symptoms of syncope, near-syncope, light-headedness, or vertigo upon needle exposure, along with other autonomic symptoms, eg, pallor, diaphoresis, nausea.