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61healthy.MRIbrain..Multiplefoci of flairhyperintensityinbilateral subcortical whitematterare nonspecifi findingsoften seenwith chron vas isc chang
Own self-regulation: Aside from our own self regulation tranquilizers, there are GABA(A) agonists, they are mostly available in a group of anxiolytic meds called positive allosteric modulators, such as alcohol, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, bromides and carbamates. In terms of GABAB, the most common is Baclofen. Muscle relaxation is also a therapeutic property. Bromides and carbamates are not very common at present. ...Read more
Explain? Rathe's cleft, epidermoid & arachnoid cysts are in diff., scatrd. foci T2 prolongation affecting the periventricular white matr. bi-lat 4-6mm
A bit more needed: I suggest you review the report either with the doctor who ordered it or a specialist they refer you to or arrange a virtual visit during which you share the whole report The meaning will be easier to understand with the whole report in hand. Cyst is a fluid filled space, Periventricular - around the ventricles. "Arachnoid" "epidermoid" are locations ...Read more
Is cortical dysrythemia (as eeg) curable with homeopathy (bufo rana30, oenanthe crocata-3x)? Please advise!
Hard to know: Without knowing your case, I cannot say how well those remedies (Bufo rana & Oenanthe crocata) apply to you. Hopefully you're working with a professional homeopath who has taken your case well and has prescribed accordingly. In general, homeopathic treatment has been known to help seizures -- but remedies are prescribed for the individual experiencing symptoms, not pathologic diagnosis alone. ...Read more
Yes: microglia and macroglia are non neuronal cells and as subunits of glial cells that surround neurons and provide support for and insulation between them. ...Read more
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Translation: I am sorry but this was not translated into English. ...Read more
Which glutamate receptor(s) are affected negatively by monosodium glutamate: ampa, nmda, and/or kainate?
Have hashimoto's; demyelinating brain lesions, one atypical; benign vertebral lesions, one atypical hemangioma. R these connected, or possible MS too?
Not connected: Hemangiomas and multiple sclerosis lesions can be difficult to differentiate on mri. Brain lesions of the demyelinating type are usually caused by multiple sclerosis but need to be diagnosed carefully, especially when atypical. Hemangiomas and multiple sclerosis are not connected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
S+s of end stage primary brain cancer, (aa iii) r medial temporal lobe, diffuse numerous cells. Growing!/brainstem and posterior temp./basal ganglia?
Ask for more info: Signs and symptoms can vary greatly with any 'end-stage' cancer. Things like if it has spread to other organs, impacting functional status and alertness (sleeping more, in bed most of the time), causing pain/seizures, and so on. His doctors can maybe determine what is most likely. If not involved already ask for hospice or palliative care help as they could also help answer what the s/s might be. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lambert Eaton: syndrome is an uncommon disorder of neuromuscular junction transmission with the primary clinical manifestation of muscle weakness. Knowledge of subtle clinical features and laboratory abnormalities that accompany LEMS permits the early identification of the disorder. Early recognition is particularly important because of its strong association with small cell lung cancer. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Metastases from what: Assuming you mean SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA, your question makes no sense without details. Does "multi" mean 3? More? How many? All at once or over some years? Are they in areas exposed to sun or radiation? Are they in anal or genital area? Do you have a transplant? On meds? What is your understanding of "METASTASIS"? Evaluation and treatment should be done by a skin specialist. ...Read more
LEMS: This disease is caused by antibodies directed against the Voltage Gated Calcium Channel (VGCC) of the presynaptic neuron. These antibodies block normal calcium flux and therefore prevent the release of acetycholine into the synapse. Antibodies can arise idiopathically, but at least 50% of LEMS cases are related to small cell lung cancer. Apparently SCLC cells express VGCC on their surface. ...Read more
Vent rat 66bpm, pr int 141 ms, qrs dur 89ms, qt/qtc 415/429 ms, p-r-t axes 65 29 37, qtcb 437 ms, atypical ECG low qrs voltage. What does the ECG mea?
Abnormal ECG: The major finding is low voltage. Causes of low voltage include: pericardial effusion, pleural effusion, overweight, emphysema, pneumothorax, contrictive pericarditidis, previous massive mi, end-stage dilated cardiomyopathy, infiltrative myocardial diseases — i.e. Restrictive cardiomyopathy due to amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, haemochromatosis; scleroderma, myxoedema (severe low thyroid hormone). ...Read more