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4,7,14-16) The absence of conclusive diagnostic biological markers for these functional gastrointestinal conditions has led to the development of the Rome diagnostic criteria for functional gastrointestinal disorders, that recognizes two forms of functional anorectal pain: chronic proctalgia and proctalgia fugax.
3) evaluated 145 patients exhibiting these symptoms for carotid stenosis and found that amaurosis fugax had a 30% predictive value of clinical suspicion of carotid stenosis.
ex Steud 31 Polypogon fugax Nees ex Steud 32 Saccharum spontaneum L.
Between genital agitation syndrome and proctalgia fugax
Epicrania fugax has recently been defined as a paroxysmal headache localized in the posterior cranial area, which starts at a focal area and rapidly radiates ipsilaterally around the eye or the nose (1,2).
10) Additional systemic symptoms may include headache, fever, malaise, weight loss, amaurosis fugax, and joint pain.
5788 Associated symptoms Speech impairment 31 (17) 5 (16) 26 (84) Amaurosis fugax 28 (15) 9 (32) 19 (68) Syncope 15 (8) 0 (0) 15(100) * Fisher's exact test.
Episodes of amaurosis fugax lasts for minutes to hours may be present.
In addition, evidence of a systemic embolus, such as amaurosis fugax, in a young or middle-aged woman suggests mitral stenosis, even though its prevalence in the developed world has decreased strikingly over the last half century.
Amaurosis Fugax, transient blindness of one eye because of blocked carotid (neck) artery going to the brain, is a possibility.
Laxosuberites coerulea', de Laubenfels, 1936b: 148 [NON Terpios coerulea Carter, 1882 = Terpios fugax Duchassaing & Micheloti, 1864 fide Riitzler & Smith, 19931.
O quadro clinico mais comum e conhecido como amaurosis fugax (perda aguda total ou parcial da visao em um olho com poucos minutos de duracao), mas qualquer deficit neurologico focal que reverta completamente em ate 24 horas e considerado um AIT.