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The disease has clinically indistinguishable axonal, demyelinating or mixed types4.
B) Longitudinal chains of vacuoles containing axonal debris and macrophages, with swelling of the myelin sheath.
Besides brain injury and SCI, axonal damage is a factor in many other disorders and diseases, including multiple sclerosis and neurodegenerative conditions.
The commonest subtype of GBS in our study population was demyelinating type comprising 60% with axonal variant comprising 30%.
The typical neuropathy seen with zinc toxicity and subsequent copper deficiency is axonal in nature, affecting sensory more than motor fibers and lower extremities more than upper extremities.
Originally it was thought such injury was only caused by trauma, but it is clear that other forms of brain insult could cause axonal injury," Dr Lammie said.
In type IV FAP, cranial nerves are mainly affected by the disturbance of sympathetic nervous system and axonal sensorimotor peripheral polyneuropathy in advanced stages.
Acute motor axonal neuropathy (AMAN) is a type of GBS accompanied by peripheral axonal involvement where acute motor paralysis, loss of reflex or hyporeflexia, insignificant sensory loss, and albumino-cytologic disproportion in cerebrospinal fluid are seen with no demyelinating findings in electromyography (EMG).
8) with acute axonal mixed polyneuropathy cyclosporine level was very high, i.
Charcot Marie Tooth 1 (HMSN type I according to Dyck's classification), comprises the group of demyelinating peripheral neuropathies and CMT2 (HMSN type II) comprises the axonal peripheral neuropathies (3).
The results also suggest that "months to years after the primary brain injury, there may be a continuation of secondary injuries with residual axonal degeneration and blood-brain barrier disruptions in this population that may contribute to the maintenance of postconcussive disorder symptoms and affect symptom severity," wrote Anlys Olivera, Ph.
In addition these two autosomal dominant inherited CMT categories recessive and X-linked demyelinating and axonal CMT subtypes have been described and also included in the HMSN classification.
The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, which involves widespread damage, in a horrific crash involving a vehicle attempting to recover another car and had undergone an immediate surgery on his arrival at the Mie general medical centre in Yokkaichi.
The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, which involves widespread damage, in a crash in wet conditions at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5.
The 25-year-old Frenchman suffered a diffuse axonal injury to his brain, which involves widespread damage, in an horrific crash in wet conditions at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5.