Charcot’s Neuralgic Triad encapsulates the three most common early symptoms of multiple sclerosis or MS in the French neurologists opinion.
One common trio of multiple sclerosis symptoms is called Charcots Neuralgic Triad. And it includes dysarthria which is difficulty with or unclear speech, nystagmus or involuntary eye movement and intention tremor.
Multiple Sclerosis is accompanied by a plethora of symptoms and signs. Holmes sign or Sewart Holmes sign is just one of them.
The condition known as the Stewart Holmes sign is named after the two neurologists from whom it takes its name. Thomas Grainger Stewart (1877-1957) an English neurologist and Gordon Morgan Holmes (1876-1965) was an Irish neurologist.
Often used by neurologists Romberg’s Sign may indicate damage to the balance centre of the brain and proproception signals.
Romberg’s sign is a physical finding that can occur in people with vertigo or balance disorders. It involves the loss of balance during standing, specifically when turning or walking. This feeling usually increases if the person closes their eyes.