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How can I treat mild cerebral palsey and autism?

How can I treat mild cerebral palsey and autism?

Depends on age : Treatment of autism spectrum disorders can change emphasis at different ages, pt and ot may be helpful for CP and depending on the features and severity of autism psychological treatments, psychiatric medications, speech and language therapy, social skills therapy etc. Focus may depend on what r the most disabiliting symptoms in terms of setting priorities. Start with good assessment. ...Read more

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Does alcohol affect your motor cortex if u got cerebral palsey?

Does alcohol affect your motor cortex if u got cerebral palsey?

Alter coordination: Alcohol can cause a decrease in coordination in anyone who drinks. If you already have a compromised motor coordination, drinking alcohol can make it worse. Be careful how much you drink and understand the point when you feel more compromised. ...Read more

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What is the cerebral heamrag?

What is the cerebral heamrag?

Brain bleed: A cerebral hemorrhage is when a blood vessel in the brain leaks and blood escapes into / around the brain tissue. It is the less common type of stroke (/hemorrhagic). ...Read more

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Can an 8 mm cerebral ectopica cause symptoms?

Can an 8 mm cerebral ectopica cause symptoms?

Cerebellar tonsilar: ectopy? Yes. Read about Chairi Malformation. See your neurologist. Review the recommended restrictions and precautions. ...Read more

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I have mild prominanace of my cerebral sulcci?

I have mild prominanace of my cerebral sulcci?

Unclear question: How do you know about the prominence on your cerebral sulcii? Do you have any symptoms? ...Read more

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What is mild diffuse cerebral involvement mean?

What is mild diffuse cerebral involvement mean?

Cerebral involvement: I wonder if you may have misinterpretered the conclusion of the study (probably ct or mri). If it is what it is, then all it means is that your brain tissue (diffuse) is not significantly involved in some kind of process, inflammatory or infection or malignancy, or... ...Read more

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What does mild cerebral parenchynal volume loss mean?

What does mild cerebral parenchynal volume loss mean?

Damaged area: The volume loss represents the loss of tisdsue that has been damaged. The volume of loss may not correlate with the intelligence of an individual or the degree of motor handicap. You need to review the matter with a pediatric neurologist who can look at the neuroimaging with you to explain the significance. ...Read more

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What is mild cerebral dysrhythmia?

What is mild cerebral dysrhythmia?

EEG abnormalities: This is an old term for various abnormalities of the electroencephalogram. While i'm not a neurologist or electroencephalographer, i'd caution you against folks who may interpret these in a way that is not evidence-based. Especially if you've been told that this will be reflected in behavior or reflects a need for medication or supplements without clear symptoms, get another opinion. ...Read more

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What is connecting the cerebral hemisphere?

CC: The connection between the cerebral hemispheres is the corpus callosum. ...Read more

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What are some cerebral dysrhythmia symptoms?

What are some cerebral dysrhythmia symptoms?

Terminology: Cerebral dysrhythmia is an EEG description of electrical brain irritability and can be associated with several conditions including migraine, and epilepsy. ...Read more

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Is induced cerebral hypoperfusion reversible?

Is induced cerebral hypoperfusion reversible?

Maybe. Probably.: Cerebral hypoperfusion literally means "not enough blood to the brain." so whether or not it is reversible depends on the cause for the decreased blood flow, and "induced" typically refers to intentionally causing this, such as for brain surgery or diagnostically. If this is the case, then yes, it's reversible. You should ask your doctor for more information rather than "medspeak.". ...Read more

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Should i be checked for cerebral endometriosis?

Should i be checked for cerebral endometriosis?

Wow...: Pretty obscure. I don't even think there has been a true documented case. Why would you think you need to be checked for that? If you are having some neurological symptoms, there are so many other much more likely possibilities. ...Read more

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What medication is good for cerebral dysrhythmia?

What medication is good for cerebral dysrhythmia?

Depends on cause: Cerebral dysrhythmia is a term describing an EEG pattern which could be due to epilepsy, migraine, head injury, or any other problem which can affect brain adversely. Therefore clinical correlation is required to pin down cause, and then appropriate interventions can be started. ...Read more

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What are some natural ways to treat cerebral vaculitis?

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None: There are absolutely no reasonable "natural" ways to treat vasculitis. ...Read more

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How long after a cerebral angiogram before you can exercise?

How long after a cerebral angiogram before you can exercise?

It depends on route: If the cerebral angiogram was performed through a catheter insert through a blood vessel in the groin, it is best to avoid exercising for a few days until the blood vessel in the groin is well sealed and won't start-up bleeding when you start running. On the other hand, exercises that don't involve running, such as weight lifting are ok the next day. ...Read more

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Something in the cerebral hemispheres controlling motor function?

Something in the cerebral hemispheres controlling motor function?

Motor Stip: The cerebral hemispheres have the central fissure. Sort of sepeartes the front part of the brain from the back part of the brain. Anterior or closer to the eyes is a strip of brain that controls almost all motor function and behind the fissue is a strip that controls almost all sensory function. http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/d/d_06/d_06_cr/d_06_cr_mou/d_06_cr_mou.html. ...Read more

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Why can't a cerebral hemotoma be seen on a conventional radiograph?

Why can't a cerebral hemotoma be seen on a conventional radiograph?

Brain hematoma: Remember your brain is protected in its entirety by the skull which is dense bone. The density of the surrounding bone keeps you from appreciating hematoma on a regular xray. CT and MR are far more advanced in their ability to characterize the brain tissue even though surrounded by bone. ...Read more

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Help plz! Can pushing too hard on the toilet cause a cerebral hemmorage?

Help plz! Can pushing too hard on the toilet cause a cerebral hemmorage?

Yes: If you were to have a large intracranial aneurysm or a significant arteriovenous malformation, straining of any kind (Valsalva maneuver), could increase intracranial pressure with a secondary rupture. ...Read more