The following Conditions are related to Dizziness

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  • Carotid artery disease

    In its early stages, carotid artery disease often doesn't produce any signs or symptoms. The condition may go unnoticed until it's serious enough to deprive your brain of blood, causing a stroke or TIA. Signs and symptoms of a stroke or TIA include: Sudden numbness or weakness in the face or limbs, often on only one side of the body Sudden trouble speaking and understanding  Read More

  • Galb deficiency

    At birth, infants with galb deficiency appear healthy, but by 8 to 15 months, they stop growing and start losing their learned skills (developmental regression). Affected people experience seizures and blindness as the illness worsens, and gradually they lose consciousness of their surroundings and become slow to react. Most people who have this type of illness do not live into early childhood. Children with the c  Read More

  • Livedo reticularis and cerebrovascular

    Sneddon syndrome is a rare progressive disorder affecting the blood vessels characterized by the association of a skin condition and neurological abnormalities. Characteristics include multiple episodes of reduced blood flow to the brain (cerebral ischemia) and bluish net-like patterns of discoloration on the skin surrounding normal- appearing skin (livedo reticularis). Major symptoms may include headache, dizziness, abnormally high blood pres  Read More

  • Multiple sclerosis

    Multiple sclerosis signs and symptoms may differ greatly from person to person and over the course of the disease depending on the location of affected nerve fibers. They may include: Numbness or weakness in one or more limbs that typically occurs on one side of your body at a time, or the legs and trunk Partial or complete loss of vision, usually in one eye at a time, often with pain during eye movement Prol  Read More

  • Pure red blood cell aplasia

    Pure red cell aplasia (PRCA) is a very rare blood production disorder that affects the precursor of the red blood cell which are called reticulocytes. In PRCA, the bone marrow stops producing red blood cells, and this leads to low red blood cell count or anemia. This disorder usually affects adults. Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen to various cells and tissues. What causes PRCA? According  Read More

  • Subacute cerebellar degeneration

    Subacute cerebellar degeneration (SCD) is characterized by the degradation of the brain region responsible for muscular coordination and balance (the cerebellum). Less frequently, the region linking the spinal cord to the brain may be implicated (the medulla oblongata, the cerebral cortex, and the brain stem). SCD is classified into two types: 1) paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration, which sometimes accompanies a cancer diag  Read More

  • Wallenbergs syndrome

    Usually, faulty modifications (mutations) in the EZH2 gene result in Wallenberg syndrome. The EZH2 gene functions wrongly as a result of these detrimental alterations. The EZH2 gene has the ability to methylate, or switch on and off, other genes. The fact that Wallenberg syndrome affects numerous body systems is due to the influence of the EZH2 gene on the operation of numerous other genes. However, it is unkn  Read More