polyneuropathy

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pol·y·neu·rop·a·thy

n. polineuropatía, enfermedad que afecta varios nervios a la vez.
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polyneuropathy

n polineuropatía
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He made it clear that the PM CIDP was initiated to provide some basic civic amenities to the rural and urban areas of the state alike and its schemes were not the discretion of the legislators.
Rituximab in the treatment of three coexisting neurological autoimmune diseases: Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculopathy (CIDP), morvan syndrome and myasthenia gravis.
The recurrence was defined as having two or more episodes that fulfilled the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) criteria for GBS (6) with either a minimum interval of more than four months between the episodes if the patient did not recover completely, or more than two months when there was a complete or near complete recovery (7) whereas acute-onset CIDP was defined when the patient had rapidly progressive weakness, with a nadir of 8 weeks from the onset of the disease, and had a following chronic course (4).
With this clinical background, a diagnosis of CIDP was thought and patient was evaluated thoroughly and opinion was sought from NIMHANS, Bangalore.
The CIDP provides that all implementing departments will be expected to prepare budgets and thereafter develop work plans based on the approved budgets.
Throughout the study, our definition of temporal dispersion followed that suggested in the 2010 EFNS/PNS criteria set for identifying CIDP; that is, a >30% duration increase between the proximal and distal negative peakCMAP (in 1 nerve for possible, and in > 2 nerves for definite CIDP diagnosis) (17).
Muhammad Yahiya, executive director of CIDP, was present as the chief guest at the discussion session while Fazlul Haque Khan, director, Shajahan Bhuiya, adviser, Farid Uddin, deputy director, A.
WCM-Q Professor of Medicine Dr Rayaz Malik explained that diabetic neuropathy, nerve damage, presents with very similar symptoms to other diseases of the nervous system, particularly chronic inflammatory demyelinating neuropathy, known as CIDP. Telling the two apart is crucially important because diabetic neuropathy cannot be reversed but CIDP can often be treated effectively, preventing the progression of debilitating symptoms like sensory loss, pain and weakness with impaired movement.
Electron microscopy examination of the neural tissue revealed macrophage-mediated myelin stripping, similar to the process of demyelination observed in the acute inflammatory demyelinating neuropathy (AIDN) and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculopathy (CIDP) variants of GBS reported in association with a related flavivirus, Zika virus [2].
Dr Rayaz Malik, WCM-Q professor of medicine, explained that diabetic neuropathy - nerve damage - presents with very similar symptoms to other diseases of the nervous system, particularly chronic inflammatory demyelinating neuropathy, known as CIDP. Diabetic neuropathy cannot be reversed but CIDP can often be treated extremely effectively, preventing the progression of debilitating symptoms.
Telling the two apart is crucially important because diabetic neuropathy cannot be reversed but CIDP can often be treated extremely effectively, preventing the progression of debilitating symptoms like sensory loss, pain and weakness with impaired movement.