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7.09% of the posts that mention Gliosis also mention Demyelination (68 posts)

Demyelination

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demyelinating disease is any disease of the nervous system in which the myelin sheath of neurons is damaged. This impairs the conduction of signals in the affected nerves, causing impairment in sensation, movement, cognition, or other functions depending on which nerves are involved.The term ... Read more on Wikipedia
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Gliosis

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Gliosis is a proliferation of astrocytes in damaged areas of the central nervous system (CNS). This proliferation usually leads to the formation of a glial scar.Astrocytes are relatively large glial cells and have various functions, including accumulating in areas where neurons have been damag... Read more on Wikipedia
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68 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
demyelination, gliosis, necrosis, spongiosis, or capillary...
...cerebellum, and spinal cord. The lesions are areas of demyelination, gliosis, necrosis, spongiosis, or capillary proliferation. Clinical symptoms depend on...
of demyelination D Neuronal loss with gliosis...
...61-year-old man has had a chronic cough for 6 years ...45 years. He has noted the onset of headaches over the past ...C A plaque of demyelination D Neuronal loss with gliosis E Met...
of demyelination D Neuronal loss with gliosis...
...61-year-old man has had a chronic cough for 6 years ...45 years. He has noted the onset of headaches over the past ...C A plaque of demyelination D Neuronal loss with gliosis E Met...
foci of gliosis and/or demyelination without evidence of...
...report. It states: \"small foci of gliosis and/or demyelination without evidence of enhancement. Differential ...microangiopathic disease as well as demyelination process.\" My doctor kind...
etc. Ischemic changes resulting from...
...to ischemic changes resulting from involvement of small blood vessels,demyelination,gliosis etc. Ischemic changes resulting from blood vessels changes in...
sclerosis... cns demyelination.. and gliosis is rt..
...sclerosis... cns demyelination.. and...
form of demyelination or gliosis. Given thier presence it...
...clinical significance. They are not normal for age.  They may represent some form of demyelination or gliosis.  Given thier presence it says another follow up MRI in three months to confirm...
gliosis, demyelination, cortical atrophy, and multiple...
...not the calves, so no MS!!!  And his office is full ...much clearer than the 1.5T.  On the 1.5T it showed gliosis, demyelination, cortical atrophy, and multiple scattered foci.  The 3T showed th...
an area of demyelination or purely an area of incidential...
...order to ascertain whether this is an area of demyelination or purely an area of incidential gliosis. The latter is common in older patients. The radiologist...
gliosis or demyelination...also deviated nasal septum...
...nor evidence of contrast enhancement and are compatible with non-specific gliosis or demyelination...also deviated nasal septum towards right.\" does anyone know what...
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