Introduction to diabetic neuropathy
A common complication of diabetes is damage to the nerves that allow you to feel...
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, weakness, and paralysis are the most common symptoms of peripheral neuropathy and should be addressed right...
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Proper or not, intubation is associated with vocal cord complications. Improper intubation is actually more likely associated with brain damage & death (if not caught in time) since the patient isn't being properly oxygenate
Oh boy, no I haven't but I do suffer from Trigeminal Neuralgia myself and understand what you must be going through! I'm copying a link here for you that may help explain this, http://www.trigeminalneuralgia.us/app/trigemin
What you have described does suggest some type of disorder affecting the function of the facial cranial nerve. Many of these same symptoms are seen in people with Bell's Palsy.
The facial nerve has thousands of branches an
We experienced the same type of episode with our 4.5 year old Golden/Lab mix. A couple months ago, he woke up from a nap/resting - unable to move his back legs, with his back hunched like a cat. He never lost conciousness, a
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Oboe hams it up at the Vet’s office.
Watching my husband age, with all of his back issues, is one thing. Watching my parents age is another. Both the hubby and my parents can voice their ailments, their problems, t