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Genetics Home Reference: neuromyelitis optica by nih.gov Posted Thu 26 Apr 2012 3:00pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed April 2012 What is neuromyelitis optica? Neuromyelitis optica is an autoimmune disorder that affects th ... Read on »
Neuromyelitis Optica - Devic's Disease by Diana .. Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm I met my new neurologist and she is really a cracker jack. She is young and is on top of the research. She spotted what she thought were a couple of very small lesions on my May 09 MRI but they were tiny. My neuro testing went really well and she wanted to do some blood test on me for something called Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO) or Devic's Diseas ... Read on »
DEAR MORPHINE ADDICT! by Calvin B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:43am [This is a fake letter to me -- one I would receive if I moved from here to DC, had MS (I gave myself a more well-established disorder/disease to put too-fine-a-point on the idiocy I have to deal with), and was treated the way I am being treated by the folks at at Quack Pain Clinic (I didn't want to call it a pain management clinic for ob ... Read on »
Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (Arrhythmia) by Noman Khan Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:54pm Arrhythmia An arrhythmia (ah-RITH-me-ah) is a problem with the speed or rhythm of the heartbeat. During an arrhythmia, the heart can beat too fast, too slow, or with an irregular rhythm. A heartbeat that is too fast is called tachycardia. A heartbeat that is too slow is called bradycardia.Most arrhythmias are harmless, but some can be serious or ... Read on »
Eye problems and Lupus? Who knew! by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 2:07am A friend of mine had some eye problems a few years back that were never really explained. Since then, she's been diagnosed with Lupus, and she's now thinking the two are related. I never knew there was a link, but I then I saw this case study on Medscape featured back in May. The feature gets a little technical, but it's nonetheless interesting. ... Read on »
Mute by Jennifer Jaff Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 4:40am At this pointI have no idea what to say. People ask me -- is health reform dead? Is something still on track? I have no clueand neither does anybody else. The President is holding a televised bipartisan summit on February 25. The Republicans are already getting nervous since he pretty much always out-performs them in style and graceeven if ... Read on »
Chronic Fatigue & Fibromaylgia Syndromes - Strategies for Healing by Darden Burns Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 9:12am   Every person with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and/or fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) has a unique presentation of these conditions with various complications and sets of symptoms. There is no one treatment that can “cure” these syndromes or that is helpful to everyone however a combined a ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 10:52am Volume 10, Issue 33 July 16, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor   Various threads on our lists recently concerned food. The acidic content of fruit, hot spicy foods, dairy products, etc. Here’s what the experts have to say. By Jane E. Brody: Though much is suspected, relatively little is known about the health effects ... Read on »
Understanding Asherman’s Syndrome by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 06 Sep 2012 10:37am   Asherman’s syndrome is the condition that occurs when scar tissueA type of connective tissue that forms after a wound heals. caused by a surgical procedure forms on the lining of the uterusThe womb, where embryo implantation occurs and the growing foetus is nourished. ofte ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 10:04am Volume 10, Issue 22 April 30, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor It’s a harmless-looking pale blue gas, a relative of the oxygen molecule that sustains life. In the upper atmosphere, a layer of it protects us from the sun’s harmful rays. But ozone molecules, composed of three oxygen atoms, can trigger breathing problems when ... Read on »