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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...
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Gliosis & Migraines

4.99% of the posts that mention Gliosis also mention Migraines (54 posts)
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gliosis with differential considerations in including...
" ...many individuals. (Likely reflecting gliosis with differential considerations in ...be suggesting that the Gliosis (apparently neural cells that ...is correct, from a migraine type influence... "

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and sagittal views. So...I'm 39. No hx of migraines . Am I...
" ...conclusion: the 3x5 at least is gliosis, can't exclude MS. Neuro 1: ...axial and sagittal views. So...I'm 39. No hx of migraines . Am I old ...that the neuro is right, but I've got two other... "

tiny foci of gliosis, pineal cyst. Have head pressure,...
" ...shows tiny foci of gliosis, pineal cyst. Have head pressure, migraine, muscle pain in neck ...represent tiny foci of gliosis . also (5mm) pineal ...is constant head pressure, migraines and mu... "

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of a migraine headache, normal aging, or other problems,...
" ...small blood vessel, and could be the result of a migraine headache, normal aging, or other problems, Or non-problems. Gliosis means some scarring has occurred. I have no idea... "

ischemic disease, gliosis, or focal demyelination. There is...
" ...would include microvascular ischemic disease, gliosis, or focal demyelination. There is ...matter of patients with migraine and/or tension type headache. ...cells. I do have migraines but t... "

Gliosis and small vessel occlusion. Identical...
" ...His impression : Demyelinization, Gliosis and small vessel occlusion. ...described in patients with migraine. Can you explain this ...have a history of migraines. These continuous headache... "

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gliosis from prior infectious/inflammatory processes,...
" ...be seen in the setting of migraine headaches, gliosis from prior infectious/inflammatory processes, chronic ...Especially given my symptoms. I've never had migraines, although this winter I... "

the brainstem, \"ischemic gliosis\" . These are tiny areas...
" ...ischemia\" or in the brainstem, \"ischemic gliosis\" . These are tiny areas ...things like chronic high blood pressure, migraines, trauma (concussions?), or unknown causes.... "

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gliosis from prior infectious/inflammatory processes,...
" ...be seen in the setting of migraine headaches, gliosis from prior infectious/inflammatory processes, chronic ...Especially given my symptoms. I've never had migraines, although this winter I... "

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a history of migraines, although they haven't bothered me...
" ...Also have a history of migraines, although they haven't bothered me ...few years. Just plain ol' migraines tho - no auras or ...seizures can change, wondering if migraines can do that as wel... "

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