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5.21% of the posts that mention Gliosis also mention Migraines (50 posts)

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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Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea. It is about three times more common in women than in men.The typical migraine headache is unilateral (affecting one half of the head) and pulsating in nature and lasting from four to 72 hou... Read more on Wikipedia

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(mild), and gliosis of the underlying white matter....
...encephalomalacia of the left temporal lobe, atrophy (mild), and gliosis of the underlying white matter. He has been seen ...is that they are not migraines there is something more to...
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...
being areas of gliosis to prior ischemia or inflammation....
...finding with the most likely etiology being areas of gliosis to prior ischemia or inflammation. This finding may be seen in the context of migrAine headaches. There is no brain edema...
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...
ischemic gliosis secondary to small vessel disease....
...The summary said - bilateral ischemic gliosis secondary to small vessel disease. ...prevalent in people with hypertension, diabetes, migraines, high cholesterol etc. My husband...
minimal ischemia /gliosis or demyelination. These have also...
...been seen with minimal ischemia /gliosis or demyelination. These have also ...described in patients suffering from migraine headaches. I think I read somewhere...
drugs migraines gliosis artherosclerosis And here's one...
...reasons for brain lesions, including: ischemia lupus Lyme disease drugs migraines gliosis artherosclerosis And here's one of my favorite sites ���...
was migraine(don't suffer from this) Lyme(negative for...
...lobe subcortical lesions. Impression was migraine(don't suffer from this) Lyme(negative for test) or ishemic changes of gliosis foci. When I went to...
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...
high blood pressure or migraine , such lesions can be seen....
...changes or small vessel disease (microangiopathy). If you have high blood pressure or migraine , such lesions can be seen. Gliosis is the term used for healing of tissue after the cells have died....
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