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Axonal neuropathy was diagnosed by electrophysiology and nerve biopsy findings with active axonal degeneration, mild fiber loss and without inflammation.
Neurological findings period: Muscle paresis and atrophies in the area innervated by the nerve, sings like hypoesthesia and anesthesia on the skin emerge with the increase of localized demyelination and axonal degeneration at this period.
Retinal imaging by laser polarimetry and optical coherence tomography evidence of axonal degeneration in multiple sclerosis.
1) Apprehension regarding the use of stereotactic irradiation for these tumors is fueled by legitimate concerns that radiation can induce microvasculitis and axonal degeneration in target neural tissue?
The EMG study confirmed the diagnosis of bilateral partial axonal degeneration of the CPNP.
There is now considerable evidence that axonal damage begins at disease onset, that it is related to the inflammatory demyelinating processes, and that irreversible cumulative axonal degeneration is the main determinant of progressive neurological disability in patients with MS (75).
They cover neuronal death and neuroprotection, the use of propidium iodide to assess excitotoxic neuronal death in primary mixed cortical cultures, a modified silver technique for assessment of neuronal and axonal degeneration, a model of acute injury to study neuroprotection, a tool to study the molecular and cellular regulation of axonal regeneration and collateral sprouting in vitro, the role of Nrf2-dependent ARE-driven antioxident pathways in neuroprotection, biochemical methods to assess the coupling of brain energy metabolism in control and disease states, functioning cloning of genes regulating apoptosis in neuronal cells, intracerebral infusion, cell-penetrating peptides, and stem cells as a potential treatment.
2005) interpreted that the rapid recovery of brain MRI changes may be due to a transient demyelination, axonal degeneration, or neuronal damages.
In cases of acute progressive postviral CTS, close clinical follow-up with nerve conduction studies is advisable, and early decompression is recommended in cases that do not resolve spontaneously or when there is evidence of axonal degeneration.
Exposure to NO "has been shown to cause axonal degeneration or block axonal conduction, especially in axons that are physiologically active or demyelinated.
The response of the magnocellular neurosecretory system (MNS) to partial denervation is characterized by an initial period of axonal degeneration followed by the near complete restoration of axon density within the neural lobe (NL) by 30 days post-denervation (PD).
Surviving axons showed rare scattered examples of axonal degeneration, atrophy, secondary remyelination, and regeneration clusters.
Furthermore, experimental studies have identified progressive axonal degeneration following mild traumatic Brain injuries, as well as pathological alterations in neurobiological elements, including neurotransmitters (Dixon et al.
It has been shown that, muscle weakness has been correlated with an antibody-mediated primary axonal degeneration in acute motor axonal neuropathy (8).