Chronic cough in the Holmes-Adie syndrome: association in five cases with autonomic dysfunction

Kimber, J.; Mitchell, D.; Mathias, C. J.
October 1998
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Oct1998, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p583
Academic Journal
journal article
No abstract available.


Related Articles

  • Adie-Holmes Syndrome. Schiave Germano, Renato Antunes; de Souza, Barbara Leite; Schiave Germano, Flavio Augusto; Kawai, Rogerio Masahiro; Germano, Caroline Schiave; Chibana, Milena Naomi; Germano, Jorge Estefano // Revista Brasileira de Oftalmologia;Sep/Oct2015, Vol. 74 Issue 5, p312 

    The Holmes-Adie syndrome is characterized by the presence of tonic pupil associated with absence or diminution of deep tendon reflexes. In some cases there may be autonomous nerve dysfunction. The mechanism that causes the disorder is not fully known, but is believed to be caused by denervation...

  • Idiopathic Harlequin Syndrome: A Pediatric Case. Jain, Puneet; Arya, Ravindra; Jaryal, Ashok; Gulati, Sheffali // Journal of Child Neurology;Apr2013, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p527 

    Harlequin syndrome, Harlequin sign, Holmes-Adie syndrome, and Ross syndrome lie on a spectrum of partial dysautonomias affecting facial sudomotor, vasomotor, and pupillary responses. These syndromes have imprecise clinical boundaries and overlap syndromes are known. We report a 9-year-old girl...

  • Chronic cough: Paring the possibilities. Pinkowish, Mary Desmond // Patient Care;6/15/1996, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p33 

    Discusses factors causing chronic cough. Tips for postnasal drip syndrome; Asthma as a cause; Reflux-associated cough.

  • Progression of cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in Holmese -- Adie syndrome. Guaraldi, P.; Mathias, C. J. // Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Sep2011, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p1046 

    The Holmes-Adie Syndrome (HAS) is a disorder of unknown aetiology comprising unilateral or bilateral tonic pupils with near light dissociation and tendon areflexia. Although considered to be benign, troublesome symptoms may result from autonomic disturbances, affecting vasomotor, sudomotor and...

  • The spectrum of immune-mediated autonomic neuropathies: insights from the clinicopathological features. Koike, Haruki; Watanabe, Hirohisa; Sobue, Gen // Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Jan2013, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p98 

    Although autonomic neuropathy may occur as a secondary consequence of various diseases, other patients without any obvious underlying diseases show profound autonomic dysfunctions from the early phase of the disease. These idiopathic or primary cases are divided into pure autonomic neuropathy,...

  • Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Chronic Cough. Faruqi, Shoaib; Morice, Alyn H. // Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews;2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p5 

    Chronic cough is defined as that lasting for more than eight weeks and is known to have a prevalence of around 10% in the community. Smokers have a much higher prevalence of cough than non smokers. Women have a higher prevalence of cough and have a more sensitive cough reflex as compared to men....

  • A case of Ross syndrome presented with Horner and chronic cough. Baran, Aslihan; Balbaba, Mehmet; Demir, Caner F.; Ă–zdemir, Hasan H. // Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice;Oct-Dec2014, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p394 

    Ross syndrome is a rare sweating disorder associated with Adie's tonic pupil, decreased or diminished tendon reflex and unknown etiology. Although autonomic disturbances affecting sudomotor and vasomotor functions are seen commonly, they are rarely symptomatic. While Ross syndrome is typically...

  • Potential Mechanisms of Autonomic Involvement in Subgroups of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients. Dennison Busby, Laurie // Townsend Letter;Nov2014, Issue 376, p44 

    The article discusses the role played by autonomic dysfunction in the development of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Topics include the signs and symptoms of CFS including overwhelming fatigue, tremor and palpitations, the occurrence of the onset of autonomic symptoms within weeks of a viral...

  • Chronic cough. Pinkowish, Mary Desmond; Alvarez, Jaime; Russell, John // Patient Care;Apr2003, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p13 

    Discusses a case of chronic cough. Information on the differential diagnosis of chronic cough; Description and symptoms of chronic cough; Information on the preferred treatment for chronic cough.

  • Correspondence. Sreenivasa, Harish; Sugumar, Karnam; Tiberi, Eloisa; Zecca, Enrico; Puri, Monika; Vashishtha, Vipin; Sahebari, M.; Sarabi, A.; Costello, Anthony; Tripathy, Prasanta; Gogia, Siddartha; Ramji, S.; Sharma, Alok; Thomas, Niranjan // Indian Pediatrics;Jan2012, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p69 

    Several letters to the editor are presented, reporting various pediatric cases in India, including a case of accidental amphetamine ingestion in a 2 year 8 month old child, a respiratory distress syndrome associated with persistent rhinitis and productive cough in an infant, and chronic periodic...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics