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  • Lance Adams Syndrome: A Rare Case Presentation of Myoclonus From Chronic Hypoxia Secondary to COVID-19 Infection #MMPMID34909353
  • Muddassir R; Idris A; Alshareef N; Khouj G; Alassiri R
  • Cureus 2021[Dec]; 13 (12): e20321 PMID34909353show ga
  • Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and since the outbreak, many neurological features and syndromes are reported with this multi-organ viral infection. Lance-Adams syndrome (LAS) also referred to as chronic post hypoxic myoclonus is defined as action myoclonus which can occur as generalized, focal, or multifocal repeated myoclonic motor movements which involve the face, trunk, or extremities and it is one of the neurological complications that are related to COVID-19 infection. LAS is reported as a delayed complication of cardiac arrest, which causes cerebral hypoxia leading to myoclonus. We report a case of a 58-year-old male patient diagnosed as a case of LAS secondary to hypoxia occurring because of COVID-19 without cardiac arrest and to the best of our knowledge it is the second case reported with this similar mechanism. Moreover, we discuss the possible pathophysiological relationship between LAS and COVID-19 and various treatment strategies. Eventually, we review the related articles in the literature regarding the LAS and various types of myoclonus associated with COVID-19 infection.
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    e20321 12.13 2021