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Causes Of Early Nuclear Sclerosis Of The Eye
Not associated: Nuclear sclerosis is a description of your cataract. A cataract is a clouding or opacification of the lens (nucleus in your case) inside your eye, this can result in decreased vision with time. A cataract typically will progress with age and worsen due to sun, tobacco, steroid meds, surgery, trauma, and eye inflammation. It is not typically associated with ms. See your eye doctor for eval. ...Read more
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
Senile nuclear...: Nuclear sclerosis is an age-related change in the density of the crystalline lens nucleus that occurs in all older animals. It is caused by compression of older lens fibers in the nucleus by new fiber formation. The denser construction of the nucleus causes it to scatter light. Although nuclear sclerosis may describe a type of early cataract in human medicine. ...Read more
What does increased femoral head fragment sclerosis avn likely given fx timing broke her hip in early august?
I don't understand--:
The question fully, but the gist of it is, as I can make of it: ms rabbit79828 had a fx of the hip about 3 months ago ; the head part has gone on to develop avn. Probably the fx was too high ; was fixed. This is a well known complication of such fxs.
Depending upon your symptoms, further treatments may be needed.
Are you having pain at rest or with weight bearing on that side?
See your orthopod. ...Read more
If you had multiple sclerosis would it be possible for it to cause pain in your head as well? Not just in your back.
Of course: Multiple sclerosis can cause facial pain in the form of trigeminal neuralgia, which is an attack of severe pain lasting a few seconds at a time. There is clearly a comorbidity with migraine as at least 52% of ms pts have these headaches. Also, a lesion in the midbrain/periaqueductal grey area is associated with frequent headaches and head pains. ...Read more
No, trauma does not: Cause ms. Rather it is a disease in those who possess a genetic susceptibility, brought to clinical attention by environmental causes, and this sequence evolves into an autoimmune process. Injury may seem to worsen ms, but this represents an additive damage, not a cause. ...Read more
Variable, but: Quite more common is optic neuritis, where unilateral loss of vision, associated with pain on eye motion, color desaturation, and possibly an abnormal pupillary light response. Other eye issues may include abnormal eye movements, such as nystagmus or double vision, and an item called internuclear ophthalmoplegia, which can associate both of the latter phenomena. ...Read more
You bet: MS commonly affects the eyes, and if you have loss of vision, double vision, any abnormal eye movements, it is possible that MS is the cause. But other eye events can co-exist, so see an ophthalmologist to get this pinned down. Hope you are taking a potent MS disease modifying agent, as this can protect your eyes. ...Read more
Vision loss pain: Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerves that presents with vision loss, pain with eye movement & "fading vision" when a person gets hot (like in the shower). It is most commonly associated with ms- multiple sclerosis. Ms also causes pars planitis -inflammation in the eye that presents with floaters and/or vision loss. A few of my patients have inflammation in the front of the eye too. ...Read more
Several: Most common is optic neuritis, with unilateral loss of vision, pain on eye motion, and washout of colors. Abnormal eye movements with double vision may occur with brainstem inflammation, (mlf syndrome), various eye incoordination issues can occur, and vertigo could be due to eye or ear. Some develop optic atrophy, and others may get uveitis or macular edema associated with meds. Pars planitis? ...Read more
Yes.: Multiple sclerosis is associated with several ocular findings that can be diagnosed by an ophthalmologist or neuro-ophthalmologist. Optic neuritis can be both a presenting symptom and a complication of ms. Other eye findings can include motility disorders of the eyes and retinal vasculitis. ...Read more
I was attacked by sclerosis vasculitis virus and it made a scar on my left eyeball at one years old. The scar can be removed pursuing a surgery?
Ocular scarring: Without knowing where this so-called scar is located there is no way in which to tell what might be done, but would strongly suggest seeing an ophthalmologist and being fully assessed. ...Read more
Sorry, off and on eye twitching every day for past month and lower burning back pain when lying down, relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis?
Let's analyze: The eye twitching could be ocular myokymia, due to eyestrain, fatigue, stress, chemical imbalance, and the back pain may be due to degenerative spondylosis, or a disc issue. You list ampyra, (dalfampridine) a drug used to improve walking in ms patients, but do not list other ms disease modifiers. Do you in fact have ms? Maybe, your neurologist can sort this out if indeed you do.. ...Read more
If I have multiple sclerosis do I need to see a retina specialist along with my regular eye doctor?
My eye has been twitching for wks. I have dry eye but heard it was a sign of multiple sclerosis... My mom and sister have MS... Should I get MRI?
Doubt MS: You most likely have orbital myokymia, which can be due to eyestrain, fatigue, lack of sleep, stress, chemical imbalance. The odds of your acquiring MS with your family background is about 2-4%, at most. Lastly, lots of comments about MS are provided by numerous non-medical "experts" both online and in the community. Check with your eye doctor about your current issues. ...Read more
Is one eyelid/eye twitching which lasts over a week a sign of multiple sclerosis or any other neurological prob? When worry? No symptoms except it.
Anxiety & multiple sclerosis sure do have the same symptoms. How do you tell the difference? Doc won't test for ms, even though twitching & eye problem.
MS vs anxiety: Can be tricky in some cases, but usually anxiety has "extra" symptoms and signs which are unlikely to be caused by MS. Also signs of anxiety may be fleeting. Eye twitching alone is not likely to be MS. I do not know what your eye symptoms are, but a dilated eye exam can rule out involvement of the optic nerve which is a key finding for MS. ...Read more
I have systemic sclerosis I have just come back from Spain and have swollen feet and ankles and a red rash on both shins and really swollen watery eye?
Be checked if...: Your briefed report suggests you have a long-term chronic health issue. Hence, make a follow-up appointment with the existing doctor soon. If the symptoms significantly differ from what you used to have or become unbearable, visit ER/urgent care. To put all the related things for good care together correctly, follow instructions in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. ...Read more
My head is moving (nodding) involuntary since along time but it's increased nowadays. My aunt has multiple sclerosis and I'm afraid that I have it too?
Nonspecific: You describe a head tremor which could be due to many causes, including heredofamilial essential tremor, hyperthyroidism, issues with cerebellar brain stem connections, Wilson's disease, and medication reactions. This alone would not confirm MS, and your aunt's illness, is NOT a predictor of increased risk in you. Have a neurologist check this out. ...Read more
Head injury from short fall, doctor diagnosed multiple sclerosis, given 3 doses of Rituximab, is the diagnosis and medication correct?
See below: The diagnosis of MS can be rather complex, as several other entities need to be excluded, and the MS does need confirmation. But assuming diagnosis is correct, the drug Rituxamab would actually be a rather terrific choice. Cannot confirm your diagnosis based on information provided. ...Read more
No: Ms is at this point considered to be an immune related condition. The cause of MS unfortunately less understood: most neuroscientist feel that the immune system ("body police") attack the brain. This is reflected in the highly efficacious MS therapy available such as interferons, cop axone and tysabri (natalizumab). ...Read more
Does a head CT scan help diagnose multiple sclerosis? If a CT scan is normal, is it still likely that multiple sclerosis can be present?
Takes time to show: "Multiple lesions over time and space" is how med students learn about MS. It evolves over time. Sometimes subtle MRI findings can suggest it, but are non-specific ("unidentified bright objects"). But it can take a long time before MS presents itself. If seriously concerned, see a neurologist. ...Read more
There's sclerosis & subchondral cyst formation in the femoral head & cyst & spurs in acetabulum. Constant pain. Should I have hip resurfacing surgery?
Hard to know: You desribe degenerative changes. When you shave the hip it might improve but you are losing bone and therefore these problems might re occur or get worse. Maybe you should get a second opinion and you can ask the second doctor. ...Read more
Blepharitis: Blepharitis, which is eyelid infection or inflammation, is commonly present. Bacteria colonize the edge of the lids and the base of the eyelashes. Overnight, when the bacterial by products accumulate and are not cleared by blinking, the eye may eventually become inflamed by morning. Sometimes this is aggravated by hot showers or soap. Cleaning the eyelids before bed and artificial tears may help. ...Read more
Do you mean back?: The most common bleeding in the back of the eye (at the retina) is due to diabetes and vascular anomalies. This can be more likely if blood thinners are in the mix. Less common conditions are parasitic infections and some inherited conditions. Trauma of course is also common. If you truly mean 'behind' the eye ball, then this rare event is usually traumatic or do to blood vessel disease. ...Read more
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