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What does a high plasma renin act, lc/ms/ms mean?

What does a high plasma renin act, lc/ms/ms mean?

Renin...: ...Is the hormone kidneys make to raise blood pressure. If your blood pressure is low, this is an appropriate response by the kidneys. If it is high, it might represent a problem such as narrowing of the renal artery. ...Read more

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Androstenedione (Definition)

This is a testosterone precursor that gets broken down in to both testosterone and estrogen. It can be dangerous to your health and is a banned substance by all ...Read more


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Tg= (thyroglobulin) had tg panel 16.0 results, a tg antibody <0.9, a tg by lc-ms/ms, s/p (n/a)! result not dispersed in flowsheet. What does this mean?

Tg= (thyroglobulin) had tg panel 16.0 results, a tg antibody <0.9, a tg by lc-ms/ms, s/p (n/a)! result not dispersed in flowsheet. What does this mean?

While the: Normal range varies from lab to lab, your results are all normal. Why were they drawn in the first place. There are not as important as more conventional thyroid lab such as free T4 and tsh. Check w/your doctor. ...Read more

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What is hydromorphone by lc-ms/ms lab results

What is hydromorphone by lc-ms/ms lab results

Hello.: Hello. Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (lc-ms/ms) is how the study is done. Hydromorphone is a semisynthetic derivative of morphine. ...Read more

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Who gets ms?

Who gets ms?

Who gets MS: People everywhere may develop multiple sclerosis. It most often starts between ages 20-40. Cases of teenagers and older adults are less common. It is more common in climates that are cold, cloudy, and located in far northern or far southern latitudes. Family history and smoking are related to MS, but are not the cause. MS is relatively rare, it is present in only 2 million people worldwide ...Read more

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Is MS common?

Is MS common?

Millions have MS: MS is thought to affect greater than 2.3 million people worldwide. There are about 2.5 per 100, 000 new cases that develop per year. ...Read more

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Is MS hereditary?

Is MS hereditary?

Yes. But low. .: Even in identical twins, the incidence is only 20-35%, thus environmental factors (infections such as epstein virus, geography, vitamin d deficiency? +others factors, unknown) play more important role than genetic in development of ms. There is still much ongoing research in this area and hopefully will shed more light in the years ahead. It is a difficult one if you have ms, best of luck to you. ...Read more

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What is benign ms?

What is benign ms?

Benign MS: About 15% of people with MS have only 1-2 attacks of neurological deficit, otherwise, they have an entirely normal life. This is the case even if they are not treated for MS. It would be nice to know how to predict who will have such a clinical course. ...Read more

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How is MS diagnosed?

How is MS diagnosed?

Process: History and physical exam suggests the diagnosis. MRI films demonstrating old and new lesions together, scattered about the brain white matter, can be confirmatory, and lesions in both brain and spinal cord can clinch the diagnosis. Spinal fluid often useful if the films are ambiguous, and blood studies are obtained to exclude other disorders which may mimic MS. ...Read more

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What is advanced ms?

See below: This discription likely reflects progressive stage disease with an accumulation of neurological disability. ...Read more

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What are some signs of ms?

What are some signs of ms?

MS: The MS patient, more frequently present with blurred vision, one extremity, or both difficult, loss equilibrium, poor concentration, anxious, imbalance, difficult to sleep, numbness one side or bilateral. ...Read more

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What is the meaning of ms?

What is the meaning of ms?

Multiple Sclerosis: For doctors, ms usually means multiple sclerosis, a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord, resulting in loss of muscle control, vision, balance, and sensation (results in numbness or paresthesia). With multiple sclerosis, the nerves of the brain and spinal cord are damaged by one's own immune system, so ms is called an autoimmune disease. ...Read more

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What is relapse remitting ms?

What is relapse remitting ms?

RRMS: Relapsing-remitting MS is the most common form of MS. In this, there are episodic "attacks" or relapses of symptoms interfering with neurological function. These could affect vision, movement, sensation, speaking, coordination, bowel or bladder function, etc. Normally these attacks last 2-3 days. They often are treatable and the symptoms resolve. ...Read more

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What helps with MS relapsing?

Strategies: You first should prevent relapses by use of potent medication such as Gilenya or Tysabri (natalizumab). If you do have a relapse, should use steroids or ACTH. Vitamin D supplements do help, and a low fat, low salt diet may be considered. ...Read more

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What is MS mean what is MS mean

What is MS mean what is MS mean

Multiple Sclerosis: An inflammatory disease of brain, spinal cord and eyes appearing in young people affecting more women than men, with about 450, 000 afflicted in USA, 2.5 million worldwide, ...Read more

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What is primary progressive ms?

A subtype of MS: This subtype represents about 10-15% of all ms, tends to occur at an older median adult age. It is characterized by progressive worsening neurological disability for at least 1 year, without relapses, and with MRI findings compatible with demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. Other medical and neurological conditions which may mimic this clinical course must be carefully excluded. ...Read more

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What is secondary progressive ms

See below: Secondary progressive MS is a more advanced stage of relapsing remitting ms. In this stage, individuals experience fewer recognized neurological relapses, and betwen such attacks begin to accumulate measureable worsening of physical or cognitive disability. It is not a distinct form of disease, but part of the spectrum of relapsing ms. ...Read more

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What is the cause of MS in boys?

Complicated: Really don't know cause, but there are genetic susceptibility markers, and environmental events to trigger disease. Of interest is fact that there are 3.5 women to every male, and this is thought possibly secondary to hormonal issues. Also, the immunology is fundamentally different in men vrs women. Hope this helps, but we are making progress. ...Read more

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Could a diagnosis of MS be made?

Could a diagnosis of MS be made?

MS diagnosis pathway: The diagnosis is made by an interview, physical exam, and sometimes MRI and spinal tap testing. For information, see this web tool: http://www. Neurocuro. Com/how-do-you-know-if-you-have-ms/ ...Read more

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Is there pain associared with ms?

Yes: Pain is common in MS patients. It can be neuropathic (tingling, pins and needles) or caused by muscle spasms or stiffness from reduced mobility. There is a severe facial pain that can occur in some patients called trigeminal neuralgia. ...Read more

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Are there different "types" of ms?

Multiple Sclerosis: The different types of multiple sclerosis follow different patterns of progression. There are four main types of multiple sclerosis, as well as benign and malignant forms of the disease. The main types of multiple sclerosis include relapsing-remitting, primary-progressive, secondary-progressive, and progressive-relapsing. ...Read more

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