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Signs Of Nerve Healing
Please repost: Your question is hopelessly vague. Need more specific information about which "peripheral" nerves you're referring to and what you mean by "damage." Your attempt to use medicalese has only obscured your question. Just use simple English. ...Read more
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Discuss w/ your Dr: Also read this! Here's a very complete source: http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/peripheralneuropathy/detail_peripheralneuropathy.htm There's research being conducted and some feel hopeful. A lot depends on your specifics - there are no answers that fit everyone. Read about it and discuss options w/ your Dr. Ask for their experiences w/ cases like yours. ...Read more
Numbness, tingling: Damage to sensory nerve would present as numbness, tingling or pain to light touch in the area innervated by the affected nerve. There could be also pain, stabbing and/or shooting in nature, sometimes feeling like an electrical schock. If the nerve has some motor function, weakness with certain movements may be present. ...Read more
Feeling/strength: Signs of nerve healing: return of sensation/feeling or strength in your hand/fingers even hypersensitivity can be a sign. Nerve recovery takes place first in the arm, then wrist, progressing outward to the fingers. You may be able to tell where the leading edge of recovery is since the nerve may elicit a zinger or tinel's sign when tapped-- the site of the zinger may migrate outward as it heals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If the metal plate is removed from the 5th metacarpal bone (after complete healing) ... Are there any high chances of re-fracture and nerve damage?
Bells recovery: When a person is recovering from Bell's palsy, they may notice they can close their eye fully, or that there is twitching in the muscles by the eye or the mouth, or that the corner of the mouth moves more effectively. Recovery can require weeks to months. Hope that helps ...Read more
depends: It depends in part on the part of the spine involved. When nerve roots are involved, it usually involves pain, numbness, or weakness along the distribution of the nerve in the arm or leg. If it is the spinal cord itself, then swelling can lead to numbness, weakness, clumsiness, loss of bowel and bladder control, and even paralysis and/or respiratory arrest. ...Read more
Little compression of the v2 nerve (90% of norm. Feeling) due to entraptment - zygomatic fracture 3y ago. Full recover after decompression possible?
Funny bone?!: It's not so funny when you hit the "funny bone" on your elbow. You feel pain and tingling along the side of your arm which shoots into your ring finger and pinky. This can be triggered by bending your elbow for a long time when you're talking on the phone or laying on your side. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pain,visual loss: Pain is usual in the affected eye and is aggravated by eye movement. Visual loss is commonly progressive, though initially it is blurring of vision. This may progress to a field/altitudinal defect. The pupil may be dilated and sluggish to react to light. Loss of visual acuity varies from none to loss of perception of light. Good visual acuity is regained after the initial attack, with exceptions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Destruction of the dorsal root of the spinal cord would result in loss of what types of sensations if any?
Motor: It affects motor function.Get a more detailed answer ›
Some humor.: .....Injury, pain, swelling then the body starts an inflammatory response. It cleans up the debris, blood &edema fluid.In a few days 2 a week the clot between the bones begins to organize and form a framework 4 the new stem cells to grow into and form osteoblasts that make new bone as they penetrate into the fibrous clot lattice work. New bone forms (callus), lump. Then remodel 2 accept stress. ...Read more
Full thickness burns: Or 3rd degree burns can only heal by scarring. This may take several months, or, if the burn is large enough, may never occur. These are serious injuries and should be treated by someone knowledgeable about burn care. Contact your regional burn center for the best advice. ...Read more