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What is axom3?

What is axom3?

Omega 3: Axom 3 is the new generation of omega 3 body supplement. The design is based in combining two graphic disciplines in one, the first, the visual world of science and high-tech and the second the indulgent world of rich and pampering cosmetics & perfume. The dialog between these two worlds was the base concept of the design of this new innovative brand.”. ...Read more

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What is axonopathy?

What is axonopathy?

Nerve damage: Axons are those parts of nerves that carry messages away from the cell body. Populations of axons are called nerves. An axonopathy refers to damage to a nerve, which can have many different causes. Speak to a neurologit about this problem. ...Read more

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What is amphicimia?

What is amphicimia?

Emphysema: Emphysema is a disease of smokers. The lungs have lost their elasticity. It is hard to blow off the waste carbon dioxide and to get good oxygen levels for your blood passing through the lungs. Emphysema can be the end stage of lung disease. It is to be avoided at all costs. Which means stopping smoking now for all reading this that want to have a normal length of life. ...Read more

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What is immunoglobulin used for? What is it exactly?

What is immunoglobulin used for? What is it exactly?

Ready made antibodies: Immunoglobulins are mainly used to replace deficiency, in other words people with weakened immune systems who don't produce enough antibodies for whatever reason. Immunoglobulins are used also for other conditions to combat some immunologic problems not otherwise helped by other treatments ...Read more

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What exactly is multiple sclerosis? What is the usual prognosis and what is the treatment?

What exactly is multiple sclerosis? What is the usual prognosis and what is the treatment?

Autoimmune: Ms is a disease where the immune system attacks the coverings of nerves in the brain and spinal cord. Susceptibility due to heredity and environment seem to affect who gets afflicted. The prognosis is improving dramatically these days due to new medicines. Therapies include tysabri, (natalizumab) gilenya, copaxone, betaseron, rebith, extavia, etc. ...Read more

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What is a axon test? How is it done?

Concussion test: It is a concussion test that can accurately diagnose concussion injuries.The test uses well known playing cards and measures reaction time and memory. ...Read more

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What is the diencephalon? What is its function?

What is the diencephalon? What is its function?

See below: https://www.boundless.com/physiology/textbooks/boundless-anatomy-and-physiology-textbook/central-nervous-system-12/the-diencephalon-119/functions-of-the-diencephalon-644-6500/

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What exactly is rsv? Is it fatal? What are its causes?

What exactly is rsv? Is it fatal? What are its causes?

Paramyxovirus: This relative of measles can only be transmitted from human to human thru respiratory secretions, often more by droplets on hands than by inhalation. It usually infects children less than 2 yrs. Old, and most develop symptoms. It can produce pneumonia with occasionally severe effects on breathing and require hospitalization. The incubation period is about 5 days from exposure. Rarely fatal. ...Read more

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What is gangliocapsular bleed. What is treatment?

What is gangliocapsular bleed. What is treatment?

Brain hemorrhage: an intracerebral hemorrhage involving the basal ganglia and internal capsule, most commonly due to arterial hypertension or bleeding disorders. Treatment is aimed at the specific underlying cause. ...Read more

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What is funiculitis? What is the treatment?

What is funiculitis? What is the treatment?

Here are some...: Since funiculitis merely denotes the inflammation of a cordlike structure, which can be spermatic cord, umbilical cord, or nerve roots, would you please specify the site, features including its onset, duration, progress, evolution, etc. so to deduce right diagnosis for right treatment? How to do these correctly? Follow instructions in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish... ...Read more

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What is RNA?

What is RNA?

Ribonucleic acid: You probably get more details from a chemistry book or thru Hoogle ...Read more

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What is a lipoadenoma? What is the cure?

What is a lipoadenoma? What is the cure?

Benign fatty lesion: Most fatty lesions appearing in skin or in mesentery of bowel are benign lipomas. As they enlarge they can convert to a malignant liposarcoma. lipoadenoma. A benign circumscribed proliferation of glands and fat, the most common of which is the functionally hyperactive parathyroid lipoadenoma.. These are best treated by resecton ...Read more

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What is ptinr?

What is ptinr?

Measure of clotting: The pt / inr (prothrombin time / international normalized ratio) is a measure of your ability to clot. It is usually measured in folks with suspected bleeding disorders and in this who are taking vitamin k agonists such as warfarin / coumadin. ...Read more

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What is electrohomiopathy?

What is electrohomiopathy?

Electrohomeopathy??: That sounds like some non-medical thing some person or group is trying to sell to the public. Stick with real medicine. ...Read more

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What is ependymoma?

What is ependymoma?

Glial tumor: Ependymoma is a relatively uncommon brain tumor. It is considered benign, but has a high recurrence rate. It occurs in areas where it is difficult to completely remove it, such as the spinal cord and medulla. Chemotherapy is usually not helpful, and it is only moderately sensitive to radiation. ...Read more

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What is immunofixation electrophoresis? What is it used for?

What is immunofixation electrophoresis? What is it used for?

Immunofixation electrophoresis: This procedure identifies which kinds of antibodies are present and in what relative quantities, after they have been separated by moving in a gel exposed to an electric field. The gel supports the proteins and allows movement, which the size and type of charge on the antibody determines its rate of travel. ...Read more

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What is schwannoma?

What is schwannoma?

Usually benign tumor: It is usually a benign tumor of the coverings of a nerve and occurs in nerves of your peripheral nervous system including cranial nerves. ...Read more

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What is polyradiculoneuropathy?

What is polyradiculoneuropathy?

Polyradiculopathy: is an acquired condition that may present with an acute or chronic clinical course affecting the nerve roots as they exit the brainstem and or spinal cord. Autoimmune and infectious causes predominate. The most common type is the acute presentation (*Guillain Barre Syndrome) affecting the motor roots of the spinal nerves typically producing an ascending paralysis. Google this* and CIDP ...Read more

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What is pneumonia? What is its origin?

What is pneumonia? What is its origin?

Few causes: Most pneumonias caused by inhalation of organisms such as bacteria, viruses, and fungii. Defense mechanism of body reacts to infection with white blood cells as defense. More pneumonias occur in immune compromised individuals. Aspiration is another cause of pneumonia, Food and liquids go into lungs. A lot of times patient drunk or neurologically compromised. ...Read more