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Hyperreflexia and Vitamin B12 Deficiency

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0.56% of the posts that mention Hyperreflexia also mention Vitamin B12 Deficiency (14 posts)

Hyperreflexia

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Hyperreflexia is defined as overactive or overresponsive reflexes. Examples of this can include Muscle contraction or spastic tendencies, which are indicative of upper motor neuron disease as well as the lessening or loss of control ordinarily exerted by higher brain centers of lower neural pa... Read more on Wikipedia
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Vitamin B12 Deficiency

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Pathomorphology: A spongiform state of neural tissue along with edema of fibers and deficiency of tissue. The myelin decays, along with axial fiber. In later phases, fibric Sclerosis (medicine) of nervous tissues occurs. Those changes apply to dorsal parts of the spinal cord and to pyramidal t... Read more on Wikipedia

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What patients are saying about Hyperreflexia and Vitamin B12 Deficiency

14 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
Ariel, I suffered a severe vitamin b12 deficiency, and your...
Ariel, I suffered a severe vitamin b12 deficiency, and your symptoms have some similarities. I have hyperreflexia due to central nervous system damage, and also the...
by finding a low serum B12 and treatment is with vitamin B12...
...of the extremities followed by spastic paresis and ataxia. On exam there is a combined deficit of vibration and proprioception with pyramidal signs (plantar extension and hyperreflexia)....
briskly. Rose has talked about hyperreflexia being common...
--hyperreflexia is not as common in ...contract too briskly. Rose has talked about hyperreflexia being common in the spinal ...is involved in advancing B12 deficiency. Spinal MS can definite...
hypo- or hyperreflexia would occur. B12 deficiency would,...
...life, it would be detected before either hypo- or hyperreflexia would occur. B12 deficiency would, theoretically, lead to eventual dysfunction of most neurons...
both (hyporreflexia/hyperreflexia) is B12 deficiency. I can...
...can cause either or both (hyporreflexia/hyperreflexia) is B12 deficiency. I can personally vouch for ...out of date on the B12 subject) medical textbook. Goldman: Cecil....
B12 deficiency: hyporeflexia or hyperreflexia SDN Members...
...B12 deficiency: hyporeflexia or hyperreflexia SDN Members don't see ...2012 (page 451) said hyperreflexia but the newest errata ...lesion...which should result in hyperreflexia. Does anyon...
that I suffered from hyper reflexia. Its always been like...
...it would appear that my B12 levels were checked back in ...I found online says that B12 deficiency causes a reduction in reflexes ...my GP that I suffered from hyper reflexia.  Its always bee...
regards hyperreflexia, or exaggerated reflex response, it...
--as regards hyperreflexia, or exaggerated reflex response, it ...with hyperthyroid or hyperparathyroid conditions. Hyperreflexia is more often associated with ...or degeneration due to...
of both legs, hyperactive reflexes in the upper and lower...
...months she has noted slowly progressive weakness and cramping ...of both legs, hyperactive reflexes in the upper ...Lambert-Eaton syndrome D. Vitamin B12 deficiency E. Amyotrophic lateral...
increased reflexes and plantar signs). The clinical...
...myelopathy (leg weakness, increased reflexes and plantar signs). ...from that of vitamin B12 deficiency. Nitrous oxide inhibits the vitamin B12-dependent enzyme methionine synthase,...
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