neuromyelitis

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neu·ro·my·e·li·tis

n. neuromielitis, infl. de los nervios de la espina dorsal.
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The IOPC said it was one of seven NMO breaches by Allen that Ms Reece reported to the force during the period under investigation.
Serological identification of this antibody allows early recognition of NMO at a time where there may be only a single demyelinating lesion and prompts clinicians to initiate early and prolonged immunosuppressive therapy as it predicts a high rate of relapse and, compared with MS, a much higher rate of relapse-associated disability with a much poorer chance of recovery with corticosteroids.
NMO is an aggressive inflammatory disorder characterised by recurrent attacks of Myelitis & Optic Neuritis.
According to data from the national NMO and associated diseases database in France between 2014 and 2017, 197 patients with anti-MOG antibodies over the age of 18 years were included in the study.
The grant, awarded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will provide Axtell with $2.8 million to study NMO and investigate its similarities to other autoimmune diseases, particularly multiple sclerosis.
NMO is a rare and severe disease that causes inflammation and demyelination - damage to the myelin, the protective coating of nerve cells - primarily in the optic nerve (optic neuritis), spinal cord (myelitis), and brainstem.
A normal moveout (NMO) correction is carried out to restore the nonzero offset seismic reflectors to zero offset.
Given the inconsistent and unpredictable spinal cord involvement, offering epidural labor analgesia to a patient with NMO requires a judicious approach.
Worldwide, the prevalence of NMO is far lower than that of MS, but NMO is more common in Asian populations [3].
Both AQP4-Ab-positive NMO and AChR-Ab-positive MG are associated with other organ-specific and systemic autoimmune diseases [5-7].
In 4 cases, the diagnosis established by the neurology department was NMO. The clinical findings, CSF findings of AQP4-IgG (seen in 2 cases) and the long segment involvement of central spinal cord as evidenced by longitudinally extensive T2 hyperintensity involving cervicothoracic region in MRI led to the establishment of the diagnosis.
Veteran journalist Makram Mohammed Ahmed was appointed as the head of the HCMR, while journalists Karam Gabr and Hussein Zein appointed as heads of the NBA and the NMO respectively.