symptoms of syringobleui
Hi, I think u mean-Syringobulbia- it is a medical condition when syrinxes, or fluid filled cavities,cysts, affect the brainstem. This defect normally results from congenital abnormality, trauma or tumor growth.
Mostly occurs within the lower brainstem as a slit-like gap. This may affect one or more cranial nerves, resulting in various kinds of facial palsies. Sensory and motor nerve pathways may be affected by interruption and/or compression of nerves. This disorder is associated with syringomyelia, a syrinx limited to the spinal cord.
The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Syringobulbia includes the 8 symptoms listed below:
Vocal cord paralysis
Rapid involuntary eye movements
Absence of sweating on affected side of face
Flushing on affected side of face
I would venture to say no to ur question, unless u also have a syrinx located lower on ur spinal cord...did u have a thoracic and lumbar MRI? Did they rule out tethered cord?
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