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G Csf Treatment In Vitro
Esi booked, cause of pain not known, MRI showed no compressed nerve so is esi the right treatment? Serious risks how likely, CSF leak, paralyses etc. Pain/burning spreads from face/teeth/neck/shoulder
CSF otorrhea: The treatment is primarily surgical. In some cases of trauma, however, where the leakage is very light, they might wait to see if spontaneous healing occurs. ...Read more
Plz see this CSF and CT scan report http://goo.Gl/qyyih and tell me how serious is this? How long can it take to cure? Please help doctor.
URL for Neuro or ID: Viral, fungal or tuberculin are likely and less likely bacteria. Your friend still needs a diagnosis. Mri brain and eeg are recommended as both can show certain patterns in japanse encephaliits. Serological and nucleaic acid testing for the viral and other potential bugs should be undertaken. Needs empiric broad spectrum anti-microbial treatment. Je can unfortunately be serious. ...Read more
Mri revealed inflammation around spine. Lp revealed protein in csf. What does this mean? Doctor told me sign of MS and no treatment given
See below: Does the MRI show lesions in the spinal cord? Is an MRI of brain also showing "spots"? Is the only abnormality in the spinal fluid, protein elevation, are there oligoclonal bands? Do you really have ms, or is it just a possibility? If you have confirmed diagnosis, need treatment asap. If you do not have a good explanation, get a second opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Drip in throat hasn't seem to go away had it since i hit my head not knocked out fever comes and goes its been 8 days nothing works g nausea CSF leak?
Experienced cis (mild). Only diagnostic was onigoclonal bands in csf. Can vit d3, B12 & 6 and diet & exercise prevent relapse?
No, you need med: The presence of oligoclonal bands have close to 90-95% predictive rate of clinically definite ms, and if you have even one MRI lesion, this points to an 88% chance of ms in 14 yrs. Vitamin d is important and makes course of disease far better, but will not be the sole wise course. You need to discuss future treatment now, and get onto a potent agent. Delay could be risky. ...Read more
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