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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Demyelination

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Does brain demyelination cause any symptoms ?

Does brain demyelination cause any symptoms ?

Usually: Most people with demyelinating disease of the brain (ms) do experience any of a wide variety of neurologic symptoms (e.g., visual changes, numbness/tingling, weakness), these may be intermittent. There are certainly cases in which a person has convincing MRI findings of ms but has no objective clinical signs or symptoms, though even these people are likely to develop symptoms at some point. ...Read more

Demyelination (Definition)

Nerve fibers have a central axon insulated by myelin covering. Demyelination is damage to the myelin, and typically experienced in multiple sclerosis due to an autoimmune attack by lymphocytes, but may be seen also in hereditary leukodystrophies, acute encephalomyelitis, ...Read more


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Can a few (13) brain small inactive demyelinations cause symptoms?

Can a few (13) brain small inactive demyelinations cause symptoms?

Yes they can: More important than the number of lesions is what causes the demyelinating lesions. As an example, multiple sclerosis can cause symptoms from old lesions that remain even after the acute inflammatory attack ends. Talk with your neurologist about what to expect with CNS demyelinating disease. Good luck! ...Read more

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What infections besides borrelia could cause CNS demyelination and cns/neuro symptoms ? Just infections please...Not ms

What infections besides borrelia could cause CNS demyelination and cns/neuro symptoms ? Just infections please...Not ms

Bartonella: Bartonella has been found to also cause CNS symptoms and it is a coinfection in the CNS with lyme in some cases. The tic that carried the borrelia infection could also have carried, bartonella, mycoplasma, ehrlichia and babesia. Bartonella does cause CNS symptoms. ...Read more

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Whats demyelination disorder?

Whats demyelination disorder?

Loss of nerve cover: Myelin acts as an insulation and covers nerves both in central and peripheral nervous systems, and the above term implies loss of myelin. This is often a description of multiple sclerosis, but is seen in the periphery in guillain-barre syndrome and chronic demyelinating immune neuropathies. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: demyelination?

What is the definition or description of: demyelination?

Loss of insulation: Nerve fibers have a central axon insulated by myelin covering. Demyelination is damage to the myelin, and typically experienced in multiple sclerosis due to an autoimmune attack by lymphocytes, but may be seen also in hereditary leukodystrophies, acute encephalomyelitis, and inflam. Nerve disorders. ...Read more

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What is ischemic demyelination?

What is ischemic demyelination?

Lack of blood flow: Causing a loss of myelin in the central nervous system. This condition is most commonly seen in the periventricular white matter in both hemispheres. There appears to be 5 major risk factors for these lesions: 1. Hypertension 2. Hyperlipidemia 3. Diabetes 4. Smoking 5. Family history of stroke please be evaluated to minimize the risk for stroke and consider antiplatelet therapy if appropriate. ...Read more

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What are demyelination diseases other than ms?

What are demyelination diseases other than ms?

See answer below: There are several demyelinating disease in the central nervous system. Among those, adem (acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), nmo (neuro myelitis optica), marburg or fulminant inflammatory demyelinating disease (idd) etc... Seek the help of a neurologist in order to be properly diagnosed and properly treated as treatments vary for these different conditions. ...Read more

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Can there be demyelination in your brain, but you don't notice?

Can there be demyelination in your brain, but you don't notice?

Yes: Demyelination can begin insidiously and without symptoms early in the course of these illnesses. Why do you ask? ...Read more