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What Is Congenital Myopathie;Diagnosis,Prognosis And Treatment

What Is Congenital Myopathie;Diagnosis,Prognosis And Treatment

Congenital myopathie  are rare diseases characterized by weakness that is usually relatively mild but persists throughout life, either slowly or remaining stationary.This diseases account for one of the top neuromuscular disorders. Etiology. The cause is not known. A few of these disorders are familial and are suspected of having a genetic basis, but so many cases are sporadic that other causes ... Read More »

What Is Cervical Spondylosis;Clinical Manifestations And Treatment

What Is Cervical Spondylosis;Clinical Manifestations And Treatment

Cervical spondylosis is a chronic degenerative disease of the cervical spine and inter vertebral discs akin, to Osteoarthritis. Loss of elasticity of the disc owing to aging and causes the inter-vertebral disc space to narrow. The anulus fibrosus consequently bulges, and may calcify to form osteophytes. Transverse osteophytic ridges diminish the anteroposterior diameter of the spinal canal, and spurs protrude more ... Read More »

What Is Spinal Cord Tumor;Types of Spinal Cord Tumors

What Is Spinal Cord Tumor;Types of Spinal Cord Tumors

Spinal cord tumor is useful to divide into three groups: extradural tumors, which usually arise in the bones of the spinal column or in the extradural space; intradural extramedullary tumors, which lie within the dura mater but side the spinal cord; and intramedullary tu originating within the substance of the Their comparative incidence in a general hos has been estimated at ... Read More »

What Is Syringomyelia;Prognosis,Diagnosis And Treatment

What Is Syringomyelia;Prognosis,Diagnosis And Treatment

Syringomyelia is a chronic disease of the spinal cord, characterized pathologically by cavitation of the spinal cord with gliosis and clinically by a mixture of segmental and supra- segmental motor and sensory abnormalities and trophic disturbances. When a syrinx occurs in the brainstem, the disease is called syringobulbia. Etiology The cause of syringomyelia is un­known. Several theories have been proposed ... Read More »

What Is Friedreich’s Ataxia;Prognosis,Pathology,Signs

What Is Friedreich’s Ataxia;Prognosis,Pathology,Signs

Friedreich’s ataxia is a heredofamil­ial disease of early onset. It is characterized pathologically by degeneration of the lateral cortico­spinal tract and the posterior columns and the spinocerebellar pathways in the spinal cord, and clinically by progressive ataxia, nystagmus, absent or diminished deep tendon reflexes, and extensor plantar responses. Etiology. The disease is transmitted as an automatism recessive, and rarely as ... Read More »