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What are some treatments for brecheal plexitis (parsonage-turner syndrome)?

What are some treatments for brecheal plexitis (parsonage-turner syndrome)?

Brachial Neuritis: Treatment of brachial neuritis involves oral steriods, pain medications and Physical therapy to help restore the function of the arm . ...Read more

Dr. Seth Derman
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Turner Syndrome (Definition)

A congenital chromosomal condition marked by lack of the second X chromosome in a female. The classic features include pedal edema, nailbed hypoplasia, short stature, sternal hypoplasia, cystic hygroma, lymphangiomal , webbed neck, mild mental retardation, streak gonads, infertility, increased risk of ...Read more


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Estrogen therapy in turner syndrome: does the type, dose and mode of delivery matter?

Turners syndrome: Estrogen therapy can be supra physiological like in oral contraceptives or physiological like after menopause you should have estrogen which is in physiological doses to be cycled with Progesterone to help develop normal somatic features and bmd also may need growth hormone esp to early life and get good height. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is parsonage turner syndrome?

Hi doctors, can you tell me what is parsonage turner syndrome?

Nerve pain syndrome: This is an uncommon nerve pain/dysfunction syndrome that usually begins with shoulder pain on one side and neurologic changes of reflexes and weakness involving the involved muscles of the arm. It's causes include viral infections and vaccinations.Treatment helps and fulkl recovery within 3 yrs occurs in ~90%. Seewww.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pcm/articles/pmc2926354. ...Read more

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What is the technical definition of parsonage turner syndrome?

Nerve pain syndrome: This is an uncommon nerve pain/dysfunction syndrome that usually begins with shoulder pain on one side and neurologic changes of reflexes and weakness involving the involved muscles of the arm. It's causes include viral infections and vaccinations.Treatment helps and fulkl recovery within 3 yrs occurs in ~90%. Seewww.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pcm/articles/pmc2926354. ...Read more

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What is Parsonage-Turner syndrome?

I looked it up: This syndrome can begin with severe shoulder or arm pain followed by weakness and numbness[Those who suffer from Parsonage–Turner experience acute, sudden-onset pain radiating from the shoulder to the upper arm. Affected muscles become weak and atrophied.. This is from Wikipedia - I had never heard of it ...Read more

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Long term outcome for turner syndrome?

Long term outcome for turner syndrome?

Good in general: With appropriate health care and health screening most women with turner syndrome can lead relatively healthy lives. Much of this depends upon the severity of the associated problems, such as heart disease. ...Read more

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Can you explain mosaic turner syndrome?

Can you explain mosaic turner syndrome?

Timing of error: At conception , the embryo begin duplicating the chromosomes (chms) donated by egg & sperm to form the 23 chromosome pairs. If one x chm didn't make it , you will only have a turner pattern (45 chms xo) . If a normal xx pattern starts but an x is lost after several divisions the mosaic is created by having one normal 46xx & another 45xo cell lines replicating throughput the body. ...Read more

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Can someone with turner syndrome have kids?

Can someone with turner syndrome have kids?

Perhaps: Females with turner's syndrome have only one normal x chromosome and have amenorrhea, no ovulation, and are sterile. There is a condition called mosaic where there may be a defective or partial x chromosome along with a normal one. Now, with modern technology such as oocyte donation some women with turner's may carry a pregnancy. There are other risks, however. ...Read more

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How can turner syndrome affect development ?

Online resources: Turner syndrome is caused by absence of one of the female x chromosomes and can have several effects on growth and development. The genetics home reference is a good source for information on chromosomal conditions: http://ghr.Nlm.Nih.Gov/condition/turner-syndrome. Two other good sources are the turner syndrome society and foundation: http://turnersyndrome.Org ; www.Turnersyndromefoundation.Org. ...Read more

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Possible mosaic turner syndrome. Please explain it?

Possible mosaic turner syndrome. Please explain it?

Variation of Theme: Most females have 2 x chromosomes as part of their genetic make-up in all cells. In classic ts females are born with 1 x chromosome in most or all cells. Patients who are mosaic are those who may be missing just part of an x or they could have some cells with 2 x's and others with only 1 x. There are other variations. Mosaic ts patients are usually not as severely affected as classic ts patients. ...Read more