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WHAT CAUSES WHITE MATTER LESIONS IN THE BRAIN OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS - HOW SOME CAN BE IMPROVED. by Joanne60 Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 11:04am Early signs of Multiple Sclerosis were thought to be lesions in the white matter of the brain, new research  discusses disease progression and finds that it is a process starting outside of the brain. Multiple sclerosis  (MS) may progress from the outermost layers of the brain to its deep parts, and isn’t always an “inside-out” process as pre ... Read on »
In the management of CAD , cardiologists attack the lesion , surgeons avoid the lesion . . . who is the winner ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 18 Jun 2011 11:12am Coronary  atherosclerosis is the number one killer of mankind. Many would consider it as an  essential  process of aging .Modern  life styles and habits make this appear  very early in life . There is currently an endemic (or even  a pandemic ) of   CAD due to premature  atherosclerosis. We need to recognise CAD is not a  primary heart disease  ... Read on »
Nerve Impingement in Back Results in Dermal Lesion on Toe by Mark Pegram Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 7:25am Last post, I described how nerve impingement in my back lead to dermal stress that included numbness, uncontrollable itching, crawling sensation in the skin, lesions, and a disturbed mental state from not knowing the cause.  If I had addressed the symptoms with a physician, he most likely would have passed it off as a mental illness.  I can hea ... Read on »
CBCT to Evaluate Apical Lesions by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Thu 24 Mar 2011 1:23pm We have been discussing the use of CBCT in the practice of endodontics. There have been questions about whether CBCT is really necessary, or just another cool image. That particular question was one of the biggest we had in our decision to move to CBCT. We also ask that question to ourselves when we recommend a CBCT scan to our patients. Howev ... Read on »
Kidney Lesions? :\ by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 May 2013 7:58pm A few weeks ago, I did a colonoscopy as well as a CT scan in an attempt to figure out what was going on with my really bad stomach pain following several courses of antibiotics that didn't seem to be helping. Well, eventually I began to feel better and I was able to go back to work. One symptom, however, that seemed to linger on was this nagging ... Read on »
How do you locate the level of the lesion in Right bundle branch block ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 11:41pm Like in neurological disease, one can locate the site of block in bundle branch blocks. Though it has never been thought ,  to be clinically important to localise a BBB . (Unlike coronary lesions) Generally ,  RBBB can be proximal  or  distal peripheral type.The commonest site could be the distal  type. It should be realised , for over ... Read on »
BRAIN LESIONS, WHITE MATTER by Joanne60 Posted Sat 04 Sep 2010 1:33am Could some cases of Progressing relapsing Multiple Sclerosis be in fact as a result of an unidentified spirochetal infection Borrelia or commonly referred to as Lyme Disease. How often are patients with Neurological illness - Parkinson's, Multiople Sclerosis, ALS or Motor Neurons, properly assessed for a Borrelia infection? How many are ... Read on »
NHLBI to fund research into storage lesion in donated blood by Mark Pool, MD Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 4:30am This is a bit "old news" but worth relaying.  In late June, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute announced the funding of nine grants to explore the effect of storage time on donated blood.  This is timely given recent studies that suggest increased risk of adverse cardiovascular and other organ events in people who received blood tr ... Read on »
Feline Resorptive Lesions by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 7:00am Did you get tired of being bombarded with reasons why you should take care of your pet’s teeth during Pet Dental Health Month in February? Sorry, but I’m going to give you another: feline resorptive lesions, also known as FORLs.   A FORL is like a cavity on steroids. It starts out as a small hole in the enamel but can get so large that it ... Read on »
Brain Lesions Nidus and Bruit what are the treatment options by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Sat 28 Dec 2013 4:32pm Senior Neurosurgeons explain the difference between cerebralRelating to the brain. aneurisms and arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) and the types of treatments suggested by the Neurovascular Multi-Disciplinary Team. Cerebral Aneurysms can arise from weaknesses (lesions) in the wall of the cerebral blo ... Read on »