Dr. Robert Jacoby
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Dr. Robert Jacoby
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I am located at
Noran Neurological Clinic PA.
2828 Chicago Avenue N
Minneapolis , MN 55405
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Medical / Graduate School
Washington University School of Medicine, MO
General Neurology UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HOSPITAL & CLINICS
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What is the differential diagnosis of diplopia in patient with vertigo? In brief: Big questionDIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS DIZZINESS DOUBLE VISION SPINNING SENSATION
Start with what kind of diplopia - horizontal, vertical or skewed.
Is there a specific test which can differentiate between pseudoephedrine and amphetamines which can be requested in the case of a false positive? In brief: Absolutely
Many drug screens look at classes of chemicals first and then there are specific tests that break that down further. There is always a confirmatory test that helps with false positive drug screens.
Talk to your doctor!AMPHETAMINE PSEUDOEPHEDRINE SUDAFED
Have been having a ton of symptoms for TWO YEARS, neurological, disgestive, got a B12 shot yesterday ALL my symptoms are gone! related to the shot?? In brief: Be happy!
It is probably not related to the shot - B12 injections usually don't work that quick.
Either way it doesn't matter! The key is you are feeling better and this is what is most important.VITAMIN B12
So I am a hypochodriac and I think that I have a brain tumor because of my headaches and tinnitus. Please tell me how to stop being feeling so scared? In brief: Stop!HEADACHE NEOPLASMS RINGING IN EARS TINNITUS BRAIN TUMORSee 1 more answer
For a tumor to cause headaches and tinnitus it usually has to be fairly large or in a critical area that you would have other neurological signs or symptoms.
MRI (for tinnitus) says, A few tiny punctatefoci appearing hyperintense in bilateral frontal subcortical matter.I'm 22 and a bit fat.Is this serious? In brief: Usually not seriousMAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING MRI OVERWEIGHT RINGING IN EARS TINNITUS
For the most part up to 5 small hyper-intense signals are considered in the normal range and can occur from lots of different causes.
Hi. I am scared about flights. Today I have to flight. How much dosage of xanax will help me and what time before to take it? Thanks In brief: DependsALPRAZOLAM XANAX
Xanax (alprazolam) is a fast short acting anti-anxiety medication.
Phenytoin free level is @ .9 normal is 1.0-2.0.Should I worry? In brief: Depends...PHENYTOIN ANTICONVULSANTSee 1 more answer
If you are doing well and not having seizures then that level is usually fine.
Is Scoliosis related to Multiple Sclerosis? In brief: NoSee 5 more answers
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease where your immune system attacks nerves and nerve wires in your brain and spinal cord causing many different symptoms.
Scoliosis usually refers to excessive curvature of the bony part of the spine and not the spinal cord. Scoliosis can present with painABNORMAL CURVATURE OF THE SPINE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) SCLEROSIS SCOLIOSIS
My emg result as come back saying I have chronic denervation in my c5 and c6, what does this mean?? In brief: Old nerve damageC5 ELECTROMYOGRAPHYSee 3 more answers
The EMG, where a needle is inserted into muscle tells the doctor how healthy the muscles are and if they are getting enough nerve signal.