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Hemiballismus (diseases)

Hemiballismus is a type of movement disorder considered over a hundred times rarer compared to the more common Parkinson’s disease. People who are afflicted with Hemiballismus are subject to severe movement-related symptoms that render them unable to go about their day-to-day activities. This disease is linked to people who have more...

Multiple sclerosis (diseases)

The central nervous system is made up the spinal cord and the brain. Multiple sclerosis is disease that attacks the central nervous system leading to a chronic and often debilitating life for the victim. The myelin sheath is a fatty coating that protects the nerves to the central nervous system. more...

Myelination (anatomy)

MYELINATION ANATOMY Neurons either have a myelin coating or are devoid of a myelin coating. Myelin is there to provide support to the cell for conduction. The process of the material which creates the myelin (neurolemmocyte or oligodendrocyte) encompasses the appropriate section of the axon or dendrite is known as myelination. more...

Neuritis (diseases)

When you say neuritis you can already guess that the word has something to do with the nerves in the body. To put it simply, neuritis is defined as the general inflammation of the peripheral nervous system. Neuritis can actually affect one specific nerve or it can affect different nerves more...

Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone (diseases)

Most people are aware that when you catch a disease, there are always complications that may arise. Even when you get hospitalized, certain medications may induce the onset of other conditions. If you’re not careful, you can overlook certain complications and focus only on the main disease that you have. more...