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Mortality Cysticercosis Nervous
Low: In most patients with neurocysticercosis, the prognosis is good. Associated seizures seem to improve after treatment with anticysticercal drugs and, once treated, the seizures are controlled by a first-line antiepileptic agent. Duration of treatment, however, is not defined. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1168656-overview#aw2aab6b2b4aa. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Those of us in southern us see lots of cistercercosis. The tapeworm gets into muscle and the develops cysts in the brain. When the cysts break down, they cause a severe inflammation that causes seizures. The cysts are dying, but create epilepsy as they do. They may calcify and leave scars. Some resolve and seizures also resolve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Death: Mortality is being susceptible to death. The mortality rate is the frequency at which people in a population die. ...Read more
How does one accept mortality. I have had counselling, doesn't help. I don't believe in any religions. I feel i have a greater awareness of death.
Explore the research: No one knows for sure what happens after we die but there is a great deal of objective evidence that some aspect of our being survives. One does not have to believe in religion to accept this. Some good books on this subject include Death Is of Vital Importance by Elizabeth Kugler-Ross, Life After Life by Raymond Moody and Life Before Life by Jim Tucker. Also see http://tinyurl.com/ppoasky ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Mortality from hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (hie) has improved in recent years due to a variety of medical interventions, including having a skilled pediatric attendant at delivery, early recognition of hie and prompt stabilization, intensive care neonatology, and most recently hypothermia therapy. Overall, mortality rates for hie are around 20-25%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
15% with treatment: The death rate from plague is about 50% without treatment. In the United States, with treatment, the death rate drops to about 15%. Most cases are bubonic plague. For pneumonic plague, the death rate is 100% without treatment. Pneumonic plague is a bad infection and is considered fatal if treatment is not started within 24 hours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which is the most important mosquito-borne disease on the planet in terms of mordibity and mortality?
Malaria: It just is.Get a more detailed answer ›
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