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Degenerative Muscular Disease
Homework: Genetic (muscular dystrophies, storage diseases), immune (polymyositis), infectious (trichinosis, atrophy after nervous system polio), degenerative (inclusion body myositis), neoplastic (rhabdomyosarcoma). This is pretty much the same in any organ system. Not a helpful question for learning, sorry you were forced to "find the answer." there are many other ways of classifying. ...Read more
No: amniocentesis is the process of obtaining fluid from the gestational sac, passing the thin needle under continuous ultrasound guidance through the uterine wall. It is no more dangerous to uterine muscle than an injection would be to a gluteal muscle. After a Cesarian, the uterine wall does just fine after bering sewn up with multiple stitches. ...Read more
Muscular system ia: frequently affected by local trauma, but can also be a more global issue such as rhabdomyolysis or malignant hyperthermia or may be affected by a primary muscle disorder such as Muscular Dystrophy. Nerve muscle issues would include the myasthenia syndromes and myasthenia gravis. Nerve issues which lead to muscle dysfunction would include stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, et. ...Read more
I have suffering from muscular dystrophy from past 14 years my age 21 now. Now the disease has becoming sever now a days is there any stop to the dis?
Unlikely: There are many types of muscular dystrophy (duchenne, becker, mitochondrial). It would be important to know the type of muscle disease you have. Unfortunately, most of the treatments are supportive, not curative. There is ongoing research in diseases (such as duchenne muscular dystrophy), so there may be opportunities to participate in a research trial. I would recommend you see a neurologist. ...Read more
Kennedy's Diease: A debilitating neurodegenerative disease resulting in muscle cramps and progressive weakness due to degeneration of motor neurons in the brain stem and spinal cord. The condition is associated with mutation of the androgen receptor (ar) gene and is inherited as a x-linked recessive. As with many genetic disorders, no cure is known, although research continues. Described by dr kennedy in 1968. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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