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Doctor insights on: Acute Inflammatory Polyneuropathy Neurologic Problems

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What sort of problem is acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

What sort of problem is acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

AIDP: "acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (aidp) is an autoimmune process that is characterized by progressive areflexic weakness and mild sensory changes. Sensory symptoms often precede motor weakness. About 20% of patients end up with respiratory failure." for more see: http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1169959-overview. ...Read more

Dr. Nasiruddin Mansury
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Acute Inflammatory Polyneuropathy (Definition)

Acute inflammatory polyneuropathy (also known as Guillain-Barre syndrome), is a condition of progressive weakness and paralysis that may develop ...Read more


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What are the tests for acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

What are the tests for acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

EMG and Spinal Fluid: Electromyography can support the clinical diagnosis, and spinal fluid protein elevation can add supportive data. Some blood studies may also be helpful. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

What are the symptoms of acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

CIDP: This is an immune disorder of the peripheral nervous system, and involves an attack of the myelin coverings of mainly the motor nerves, but can be seen occasionally affecting sensory fibers also. Cidp can be controlled with steroids or ivig, but relapses can occur, and lifelong treatment is often required. Weakness in arms, legs, and face, most common. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

What is the treatment for acute inflammatory polyneuropathy?

Hospitalization: It is quite critical, if guillain-barre, or acute inflammatory polyneuropathy is suspected, to be hospitalized immediately, due to risk of difficulty breathing. Currently, plasmapheresis and ivig are the best choices to reverse the process. ...Read more

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How does hemivertebrae cause neurologic problems?

How does hemivertebrae cause neurologic problems?

Severe spinal curve: The spine curves with eventual kinking of nerve in spinal canal the curve have to be huge kyphosis forward bending is a risk for neuro problems. ...Read more

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Could 1 3 dimethylamylamine cause brain damage/neurologic problems?

Could 1 3 dimethylamylamine cause brain damage/neurologic problems?

Possibly: This compound is what's known as a sympathomimetic because it raises heart rate and constructs your blood vessels which raises your blood pressure. Brain damage can happen from many different causes one of which is strokes or a blood vessel blockage or rip. To say that the compound causes brain damage would be incorrect but long term usage could predispose you to brain blood vessel diseases ...Read more

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Does anyone have really mild chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, making diagnosis uncertain?

Does anyone have really mild chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, making diagnosis uncertain?

CIDP: Not unique to have diagnostic challenges to confirm cidp. Most cases create significant weakness, but early on, it may be difficult to confirm, as even nerve biopsies may not be helpful. Best to check EMG for characteristic findings. Spinal fluid protein elevation may help. ...Read more

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What is chronic inflammatory demilinating polyneuropathy?

What is chronic inflammatory demilinating polyneuropathy?

Autoimmune disorder: A disorder mainly of peripheral motor nerves resulting in weakness of limbs but also facial muscles. It is caused by the body mistakenly attacking nerve coverings, and can be successfully treated and controlled with ivig, plasmapheresis, or less desired steroids. ...Read more

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What is it if somebody has chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy?

What is it if somebody has chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy?

CIDP: This is an immune disorder of the peripheral nervous system, and involves an attack of the myelin coverings of mainly the motor nerves, but can be seen occasionally affecting sensory fibers also. Cidp can be controlled with steroids or ivig, but relapses can occur, and lifelong treatment is often required. ...Read more

Dr. Chirag Patel
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Neurologic Problems (Definition)

Neurologic problems are conditions where there has been damage to the brain and/or nerves, causing symptoms that relate to ...Read more