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    Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple Sclerosis Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the central nervous system. It causes serious damage to the myelin and the axon resulting in physical disability in more than 30 percent of the patients within 25 years of its onset. An immune-mediated inflammatory disease, MS symptoms may appear in intervals -- months or years apart

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    Migraine Headache

    Migraine Headache Migraine is a type of headache that occurs mostly on one side of the head. It occurs frequently and sometimes causes what the medical fraternity calls an aura - disturbances in vision or other senses. The aura occurs just before the headache or after it. This disorder which has a strong genetic component affects more women than

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    Ischemic Stroke

    For proper neurologic function of the brain, sufficient blood supply is needed. When blood supply to a part of the brain is stopped suddenly, stroke results and neurologic function gets impaired. There are two types of strokes - hemorrhagic and ischemic. Ischemic stroke, the more common of the two, is an acute condition caused by thrombosis or embo

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Multiple Sclerosis

By Dr. Sanjiv C C | 13 Jun 2013
Multiple Sclerosis Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the central nervous system. It causes serious damage to the myelin and the axon resulting in physical disability in more than 30 percent of the patients within 25 years of its onset. An immune-mediated inflammatory disease, MS symptoms may appear in intervals -- months or years apart
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Migraine Headache

By Dr. Sanjiv C C | 13 Jun 2013
Migraine Headache Migraine is a type of headache that occurs mostly on one side of the head. It occurs frequently and sometimes causes what the medical fraternity calls an aura - disturbances in vision or other senses. The aura occurs just before the headache or after it. This disorder which has a strong genetic component affects more women than
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Ischemic Stroke

By Dr. Sanjiv C C | 13 Jun 2013
For proper neurologic function of the brain, sufficient blood supply is needed. When blood supply to a part of the brain is stopped suddenly, stroke results and neurologic function gets impaired. There are two types of strokes - hemorrhagic and ischemic. Ischemic stroke, the more common of the two, is an acute condition caused by thrombosis or embo
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Epilepsy and Seizures

By Dr. Sanjiv C C | 14 May 2013
In 2005, the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) and the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) proposed a definition for epilepsy - a disorder of the brain characterized by an enduring predisposition to generate seizures. Signs and Symptoms The signs and symptoms of epilepsy vary depending on which part of the brain the epileptic dischar
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Parkinson’s Disease

By Dr. Sanjiv C C | 14 May 2013
Parkinson's disease is a disorder affecting the central nervous system. Degenerative in nature, Parkinson's has no real cure; though its progress can be slowed down. Statistics say that one in every 100 people aged 60 or above is prone to this chronic illness. Once afflicted with Parkinson's, the patient slowly loses his ability to control body mov
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