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A very efficient way to induce blood-brain barrier damage and simultaneously provide activated effector mechanisms, such as complement and activated macrophages in lesions of the CNS, is to induce brain inflammation by a T-cell-mediated autoimmune reaction.
evidence of treatment-related brain inflammation, bleeding or other side
More rarely, adults can develop the brain inflammation, encephalitis.
BANGLADESH -- A pathogen that often causes measles-like symptoms and sometimes leads to brain inflammation and death is known as the Nipah virus, which was first isolated in 1999 in Malaysia.
Measles can cause diarrhea, ear infection, seizures, pneumonia, brain inflammation and death.
Also in this week's episode, Dawn Rudge (Sarah Parish) is still worried about her son Trent (Marc Jordan), who is out of danger but still suffering after-effects from the brain inflammation which nearly killed him.
The inmate suffered a head injury in a prison riot and later died of a brain inflammation.
infections that result in brain inflammation called encephalitis, which often kills the otter.
Brain inflammation (encephalitis) and meningitis occasionally occur.
Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) reduces brain inflammation in animals, and much of the human evidence that NSAIDs can prevent Alzheimer's comes from people who take ibuprofen for arthritis or other chronic conditions.
Some of the side effects include fever, brain inflammation, and, potentially, death.
Measles is commonly known in Brazil as sarampo and is an acute, highly communicable viral disease that can be fatal when it becomes bronchopneumonia, or brain inflammation.
Paul Wilcox, who attended Alderman Smith School, died in 1999, aged 16, from encephalitis, also known as brain inflammation.
Treatment with AVONEX in this group of patients reduced the rate of development of CDMS by 44 percent versus treatment with placebo and reconfirmed the significant effect on brain inflammation, with a 91 percent reduction in the volume of MRI lesions.
Two drugs are intended to reduce brain inflammation, one is thought to inhibit the production of an abnormal protein in the brain known as beta-amyloid, and the fourth promotes brain cell regeneration.
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