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Remedies For Gliosis
See Sinus Survival: That book is the best reference. Avoid dairy, wheat, sugar. Be sure you are getting enough vit d. The herbs thyme, clove, oregano, ginger, and rosemary are all helpful in food. Vitmain c with bioflavanoids inhibit histamine which is an aggravating factor. Xylitol nasal spray can be helpful. ...Read more
Not really: There isn't really a home remedy but, there are some otc vitamin supplements which some patients find helpful. Ask the staff at your local pharmacy for the 'hearing health' aisle and you will see these pills. Alternately, since tinnitus is associated with hearing loss, you can consider a hearing aid if you have loss. They can be programmed to help with the noise. ...Read more
Brain atrophy: No, this is a chronic brain deterioration. ...Read more
Headache prevention: For frequent migraine headaches, magensium and butterbur have been shown to prevent headaches. For tension headaches, neck stretching and realted physical therapy has been shown to prevent headaches. What kind of headache do you have? That may be important. Some kinds don't responds to these treatments. ...Read more
Diagnosis first: Protein is expensive, it not be lost to the urine at the filtration stage in the kidney. Treatments are geared to lower intraglomerular pressure. Treatment specifics, and whether a renal biopsy are indicated, depend on the degree, presence of comorbid diseases (e.g. Hypertension, diabetes, hepatitis, lupus). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Homeopathic treatmen: This chronic skin rash is rare, and it may not respond to conventional treatments. http://tinyurl.com/c2rn22 Homeopathic treatment requires working with a professional homeopath and considering your complete case -- not just the skin rash. The remedy YOU need (of thousands) may differ from that needed by someone else with the same diagnosis. A correctly prescribed one initiates a healing process. ...Read more
Combination: I would never suggest fighting any tumor alone with alternative therapies but as combination therapy with conventional medicine; i would definitely add large quantities of food enzymes on an empty stomach with solid organic nutrition and i would add protandim to eliminate oxidative stress. Tag me in email thru my website and check protandim www.Medacpc.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Homeopathy: Homeopathy is an older treatment method, where small amounts of a substance that produce a symptom, are used to treat the symptom in microscopic amounts. Homeopathy is very popular in europe and is still in use all over the world. Homeopathy is symptom based and they do not "treat" named diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Folliculitis Decalvs: Folliculitis Decalvans (FD) is a rare neutrophilic infammation of the scalp characterized by painful, recurrent purulent follicular exudation resulting in primary cicatricial alopecia. However, unclear etiology makes FD treatment a difficult task. There is no permanent cure for this condition. It can be controlled to some degree by oral antibiotics with varying results from patient to patient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
OTC is better: In my humble opinion but lots of opinions are out there. ...Read more
There are none: The home remedies don't work. I'm sorry to disappoint you, but this is the 21st century and real science rules. Being young is hard enough without having acne; even in our dysfunctional health-care system, it should be easy to manage your acne, and a dermatologist can treat scars (and it's teribly wrong that these were allowed to develop) using laser, dermabrasion, or fillers. ...Read more
Simple answer - no: There's not a homeopathic cure for ANYTHING. That was easy. The leukodystrophies are a sad group of conditions, and I certainly understand you grasping if a loved one of yours has it. "Lorenzo's oil" is being researched, but apparently doesn't show a huge amount of promise. Good luck to the patient. ...Read more
Are there now any preferred treatments for unilateral pellucid marginal degeneration. Two specialists have diagnosed this for me.
Brain inflammation: Reactive gliosis is a pathology term that refers to the histological appearance of brain tissue on light microscopy where it is observed that glial cells have both multiplied and grown larger in response to trauma. The neuroscience community have assigned both beneficial and negative effects to this phenomenon. It prevents axons from connecting again although it restores the blood brain barrier. ...Read more
Comments: Gliosis is NOT a disease or syndrome, it is a description of an area of scarring in the brain, perhaps secondary to prior trauma or disease. In many cases, the original issue is quiescent, and not symptoms are present. If you or someone else carries this label, you might explore further the significance with our Concierge docs. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with gliosis. I get random pains in one certain spot in my head. I was wondering if there cause by the gliosis.
Gliosis and Headache: It is unlikely that the gliosis could lead to headache. It is important to note that brain is actually insensitive to pain as it does not contain any pain fibers. The only pain sensitive structures in the brain are the blood vessels and the meninges. I think it is also important to investigate the type and the cause of your headache. Rec.: see orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation ...Read more
There is mild hyperintensity on the FLAIR images along
the posterior medial margin of the resection bed, likely related to
gliosis. Please explain!
Flair on xray: hello ~ there is just not enough information to answer this question and this is not the right venue for that. You would be better served to make a consult appt and SPEAK to the doctor with an accompanying fuller description of problem with the WHOLE of all PATH REPORTS you have and not snippets, if you want the best response we can offer, in what sounds like a serious case.thanks ...Read more
I had an mri. The impression on the report said minimal area of gliosis within the right insular cortex. What should I do?
Gliosis: Is rather non-specific brain inflammation, encountered in a multitude of neurologic conditions from post trauma scarring to multiple sclerosis or neurodegenerative disease. Your best resource will be your neurologist in trying to connect your actual symptoms/ the reason for the test with the MRI findings in trying to assign it to one of the above mentioned conditions. ...Read more
No: Mad cow disease is believed to be a disease caused by the build up (and transmission) of a certain protein in the nerves of our brain. The resultant damage can cause gliosis, but gliosis can also occur in a variety of conditions other than mad cow disease. Gliosis is a term to explain "scarring" in the brain that could be caused by trauma, infections, tumors, radiation therapy, etc. ...Read more
Can gliosis cause seizures on a 8 year old!!!He has been getting seizures and took him to get in MRI and they said he had gliosis!!!
Radio says single punctate focus of prolonged T2 in rt front operculum-incidental gliosis. Did I have ministroke? Neuro said Im fine. What's gliosis?
It's a brain scar: just like there is no way to know how a scar happened on the skin of your knee just by looking at it, there is no way to know what could have caused a focus of gliosis in the white matter. Such lesions are rare in young people and very common in older folks. There is a long list of scary things that could cause such a lesion (MS, Lyme, Vasculitis, cancer) but most likely old injury not serious. ...Read more
What is bilateral frontal gliosis? what medications can help with his aggression, impulsivity and constant shifts in mood?
State your age too: Put your age in your public profile, so we know you are not a minor. You can then say you are asking for someone else who is only 10. We have to know that YOU are not a minor or cannot answer. Knowing your country or state in the US is helpful sometimes, because some diseases are more common in some countries and states than others (like rabies) than others. ...Read more
Dx with epilepsy 2 yrs ago MRI showed angioma until recent no changes now showing chronic gliosis should I be concerned? What does this mean?
Cavernoma brain: In some cases cavernoma may be the focus of epilepsy. If this is proved by c, linical picture and various tests - this can be treated surgically. In current situation if the lesion is stable and unchanged it can be monitored at regular intervals for years to come . Gliosis probably represents temporal change and has questionable significance. ...Read more
My 10 months old son has gotten an MRI report stating a diffuse celebral atrophy with left occipital lope gliosis. What does this mean/outcome?
Abnormal MRI: This is an answer for a pediatric neurologist to answer best ...Read more
I was diagnosis with epilepsy 2 yrs ago MRI showed angioma no change to date but now showing chronic gliosis what does this mean? Should i be concerned?
Gliosis means scarri: An angioma is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels in the brain. Sometimes, these may bleed a little or alot. Gliosis is what we call fibrous scarring in the brain. What they are telling you is that these is chronic scarring in the area, perhaps due to small bleeds or perhaps the brain is trying to segment or wall off this area. Not necessarily bad unless it results in a mass effect ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers