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How does a stroke affect the nervous system?

How does a stroke affect the nervous system?

Depends on size and: Depends on the size and location of the stroke. Depending on the locations your symptoms could go from blindness, impaired movement, unable to understand talk, etc. ...Read more

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How does the human nervous system develop in a fetus?

How does the human nervous system develop in a fetus?

Very well: Wow! what a question to answer with a short answer. The nervous system develops very well from cells in the fetus which have the potential to become any type of cell line. ...Read more

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How does tramadol 50mg affect the immune system of a 76 year old woman?

How does tramadol 50mg affect the immune system of a 76 year old woman?

Complex: It has been demonstrated that tramadol can contribute to beneficial effects on immune functions in patients, namely, induce an improvement of postoperative immunosuppression and increase nk cell activity, lymphocyte proliferation and il-2 production (sacerdote et al., 1997; 1999; 2000). ...Read more

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When does a fetus start developing a nervous system?

When does a fetus start developing a nervous system?

The neural tube: Starts to close from the tail end forward at about 21 days ( posterior neuro pore ...Read more

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How do diseases affect the nervous system? How does it deteriorate?

How do diseases affect the nervous system? How does it deteriorate?

Multiple Ways: Deceases can affect the nervous system in many ways the central nervous system interrupting the circulation what supplies do you want; they can trigger early early death of cells by affecting us can because metabolic disorders by mental conditions such as defoliants, metal intoxication ; nutritional deficiencies or excessive alcohol use. ...Read more

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How does meningitis affect the endocrine system during and afterwards?

How does meningitis affect the endocrine system during and afterwards?

Adrenal collapse: This may occur in Meningococcal sepsis with meningitis (called the waterhouse-friedrickson syndrome), and similar condition may occur with pneumococci in persons with no spleen or with altered antibody production (myeloma, etc.). In any bacterial infection with sepsis there are alterations in glucose metabolism and Insulin and glucogon production, as well as physiological hypoadrenocorticolism. ...Read more

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What is Dawson's disease and how does it affect the nervous system?

What is Dawson's disease and how does it affect the nervous system?

Dawson disease: Subacute sclerosing pan encephalitis is rare & affects the brain & spine. It is inflammation of brain caused by Measles virus, affecting the neurons & glial cells, causing immune system shutdown. ...Read more

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How can a significant wrist injury affect my immune system?

How can a significant wrist injury affect my immune system?

?: I can't think of an association of a wrist injury with an immune disorder other than if one is immune suppressed an infection can occur more easily anywhere. ...Read more

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How does toxoplasmosis affect people with a normal immune system?

How does toxoplasmosis affect people with a normal immune system?

illness or none: Most healthy people have no symptoms when infected since the immune system controls the infection, and it is silent or what we cal "latent" some may have fever, swollen glands, or rarely a serious eye infection. ...Read more

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How can a disease of the nervous system affect balance?

How can a disease of the nervous system affect balance?

ANATOMICAL: Diseases of brain and spinal cord cause symptoms based on anatomical location of damage. Since a substantial area for balance is located in the cerebellum and brainstem connections, disruption here can result in loss of balance. In alcohol/ nutritional problems, there may be midline cerebellar atrophy leading to gait and leg incoordination. Some cancers have toxins hurting cerebellar neurons. ...Read more

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How does polio negatively affect the nervous system?

How does polio negatively affect the nervous system?

Damages motor neuron: Polio virus attacks and damages motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain stem, causing a loss of their function and paralysis of the muscles they were supposed to control. ...Read more

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How does dystonia affect the nervous system?

How does dystonia affect the nervous system?

Various ways: Depending on the cause, extent and severity dystonia can manifest as spasms from head to toe, abnormal posturing, pain, spasms, and lip smacking. ...Read more

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How does the immune system affect a patients ability to not reject baby during pregnancy?

How does the immune system affect a patients ability to not reject baby during pregnancy?

Hemolytic D. newborn: It is extermely important in women of childbearing age who are rh neg. To be sure they get no rh pos. Blood so there is no chance that they develop antibodies in case they have an rh pos. Child and so have hemolytic disease of the newborn. If an rh. Neg. Woman gets exposed to rh. Pos. Blood and develops antibodies, they can attack and kill the rbcs of the next child she has if it is rh pos.. ...Read more

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Interested to know how does methamphetamine affect the nervous system?

Interested to know how does methamphetamine affect the nervous system?

If can slow some: Things down with adhd, and act as a stimulant in the non- adhd brain. ...Read more

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How does alcohol affect my immune system?

How does alcohol affect my immune system?

Many ways: Alcohol slows down the white blood cells that fight infection, catch and actually eat and kill various germs, and also decreases the production of antibodies and other important humors (cytokines etc.) produced by other kinds of white cells. They make individuals more prone to various infections, especially respiratory, because of smoking and sedating people so they aspirate, and w. Unusual germs. ...Read more

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What does it mean increase in nervous system?

What does it mean increase in nervous system?

Need information: I need more information to precisely answer your question. In what context? It could refer to increased activity such in seizure activity for example. ...Read more

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When does a baby's immune system develop?

When does a baby's immune system develop?

In utero: The immune system develops in the fetus and is functioning at birth. Passive maternal protection is provided by transfer of antibodies across the placenta and in the breast milk. The developing immune system reaches mature functioning sometime in the second year of life. ...Read more