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In our case, a simultaneous axonal involvement was seen, associated with ganglioneuropathy symptoms such as clinical unsteadiness and numbness, and later on, additional motor involvement was seen.
The tumour has caused Nia to develop learning difficulties, short-term memory loss, sight problems and unsteadiness on her feet.
Recurring dislocations cause pain and unsteadiness when you raise your arm or move it away from your body.
Dizziness, impaired vision, unsteadiness in walking and low [blood] pressure are alarming signs of deterioration, besides the extreme thinness.
He also appreciated the government for provision of 2,000 scholarships as well as enrolling large number of Afghan students in Pakistani unsteadiness.
Relations between NATO and Pakistan--their unsteadiness and instability will only grow," he said.
Chapter 7 describes causal relationships and clinical assessment and management of sensorimotor dysfunction particularly cervical afferents, the vertebral artery, vestibular and oculomotor systems responsible for often disabling dizziness, unsteadiness and visual disturbances.
Afridi's unsteadiness in his thoughts has come to light often.
An infection causes inflammation in and around the inner ear and vertigo can last from 12 hours to a few days and includes violent spinning and unsteadiness.
Common side effects of oral Minocycline include upset stomach, diarrhea, dizziness, unsteadiness, drowsiness, mouth sores, headache and vomiting.
In reality, such flow patterns exhibit a strong degree of unsteadiness.
Experts predict that a major earthquake is set to hit Lebanon soon given the unsteadiness of its underground soil.