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Progressive weakness of right shoulder: Neuro motor disorder . Anterior horn cell disease

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 11, 2015
  • 06:21 AM

Man at the age 37 yrs and no other medical complications or previous medical disorder(No Bp,No cholestrol, not a diabetic) and recently found neuro motor disorder. Twitching of muscles of B/L shoulder and thighs since 2 years. Right shoulder power 2/5 B/L arms 4/5.
Wasting of B/L Trapezius deltoid, DI rhight APB and B/L Quadriceps.

MRI-Cervical spine - normal and no cord pathology
ENMG - NO denervation with fasciculation.
CBC-Thyroid: NOrmal

Cramps in B/L.

Discssued with neuro specialist, but could not find a solution to this rare medical

Amyotrophy lateral sclerosis .

Pls. suggest a treatment.

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  • Have you been investigated for brachial neuritis? If not - get it checked out. I've had it for 4 months now and the pain is severe and very debilitating. I'm on slow release morphine patches and gabapentin along with amitriptyline X 10mg X 10 tabs at night as the pain increases at night.
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