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These examples may contain colloquial words based on your search. See examples translated by mielite Noun Medical 39 examples with alignment. See examples translated by transversa 6 examples with alignment. But if it's her nerves, it could be transverse myelitis. Mas se forem os nervos, pode ser mielite transversal. So we have got three band members with transverse myelitis.
Tell your doctor if you have multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis inflammation of the nerves of the eyes or transverse myelitis inflammation of the spinal cord. Patient with herpes-related myelitis , with no association with skin lesions. Cervical herpes zoster, myelitis - No external outbreak. Herpes cervical mielite Which means it's not transverse myelitis. Specific etiology was not confirmed, and the diagnosis of idiopathic transverse myelitis prevailed, with favorable clinical progression, with no sequel.
I'm working on building a nursing home for people suffering rare illnesses like Lou Gehrig's disease, myelitis , and such. Herpes virus, enterovirus and retrovirus HIV are some of the viral agents most frequently causing myelitis.
Tiger JK suffers from a disease called myelitis , which leads to weakness in the limbs and problems with motor functions. Therefore, the final diagnosis of idiopathic acute transverse myelitis depends on the investigation and ruling out of a possible identifiable etiology 1, We knew if it was myelitis , there had to be an"- itis".
Se fosse mielite , teria que haver uma "ite". Poisoning by Erytroxylum argentinum, post-caudectomy suppurative myelitis , fibrinosuppurative meningoencephalitis, polioencephalomalacia, rabies 2 cases or 3. Idiopathic acute transverse myelitis generally refers to a single phased, acute or subacute inflammatory process, without defined etiology, which develops with bilateral motor and sensitive deficit, sometimes with autonomic dysfunction.
Spinal cord demyelinization, encephalic white matter edema, focal symmetrical encephalomalacia, hydranencephalia, cerebellar hypoplasia, poisoning by organophosphate, poisoning by Solanum pseudocapsicum, fibrinosuppurative myelitis , and presumptive closantel toxicity 1 case or 1.
Tell your doctor if the child has multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis inflammation of the nerves of the eyes or transverse myelitis inflammation of the spinal cord. But that begs the question, what caused the transverse myelitis? Mielite transversal? Other serious complications of varicella zoster infection include postherpetic neuralgia, Mollaret's meningitis, zoster multiplex, and inflammation of arteries in the brain leading to stroke, myelitis , herpes ophthalmicus, or zoster sine herpete.
Schistosomiasis is endemic in Brazil. Its most frequent ectopic presentation - medullary schistosomiasis -, is considered the most common cause of non-traumatic and non-neoplastic myelitis 4.
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Traumatc brain injury and work-related casualty: a review. The aim of this study was to review the research findings both in nationwide and worldwide literature as regards the connection between traumatic brain injury TBI and work-related casualty. These presented methodological limitations such as the use of secondary database and different criteria to define the TBI. Some concern is observed regarding the studies on rehabilitation and on the costs for the health system owing to this kind of damage - and its sequels - but little research comprising the interrelationship between work organization and TBI incidence is found. Keywords: traumatic brain injury, head injury, work-related casualty, occupational health. Alexander et al.
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