Síndrome do Homem do Barril

histórico e etiologias várias

Autores

  • Marco Orsini Undergraduated in Medicine at UNIGRANRIO, Chair of Neurological Rehabilitation, Escola Superior de Ensino Helena Antipoff (ESEHA), and Assistant of the Department of Neurology, Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF), Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil.
  • Mariana Pimentel Mello Physical Therapist, and Student of the Program of Scientific Initiation, Neurology Department at UFF, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil.
  • Osvaldo JM Nascimento Neurologist, Chair of Neurology, Neurology Department at UFF, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil
  • Carlos Henrique Melo Reis Neurologist, Chair of Neurology at Medicine University, Valença-RJ, Brazil.
  • Marcos RG de Freitas Neurologist, Chair of Neurology and Chief of Staff, UFF, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2009.v17.8573

Palavras-chave:

Doenças Neuromusculares, Doença do Neurônio Motor, Corno Anterior

Resumo

A síndrome do “homem do barril” (SHB) faz referência a um quadro de fraqueza muscular braquial bilateral, de predominio proximal, que impossibilita os pacientes na execução de atividades funcionais relacionadas com a elevação dos membros superiores. Desde sua descrição, inúmeros casos de pacientes com essa síndrome foram relatados, cuja etiopatogenia difere daquela descrita inicialmente. As mais frequentes causas de SHB são distúrbios vasculares cerebrais, cirurgias cardíacas e extracardíaca com demonstração de hipotenção arterial, metásteses cerebrais, e o envolvimento da ponte e medula espinhal. Paralisia braquial bilateral também ocasiona quadro similar. Assim, o substrato fisiopatológico que se relaciona a SHB, em alguns casos, é incerto e merece atenção.

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2009-06-30

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Orsini, M., Mello, M. P., Nascimento, O. J., Reis, C. H. M., & Freitas, M. R. de. (2009). Síndrome do Homem do Barril: histórico e etiologias várias. Revista Neurociências, 17(2), 138–140. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2009.v17.8573

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