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Results 1 - 10 of 14 for Peripheral demyelination
  1. Miller Fisher Syndrome (GBS/CIDP Foundation International) - PDF  
    Guillain-Barre Syndrome/Specifics ... Guillain-Barre Syndrome ... GBS/CIDP Foundation International ... PDF
  2. ... leading to instability and loss of myelin (demyelination). Demyelination reduces the ability of the peripheral nerves to activate muscles used for movement or ...
  3. ... leads to instability and loss of myelin (demyelination). Demyelination reduces the ability of the peripheral nerves to activate muscles used for movement or ...
  4. ... Marie-Tooth disease, including a loss of myelin (demyelination) and the slowed transmission of nerve impulses in the peripheral nervous system. The altered protein may be broken ...
  5. ... and lead to instability and loss of myelin (demyelination). Shortage and dysfunction of myelin reduce the ability of the peripheral nerves to activate muscles used for movement or ...
  6. ... Movement disorders, such as tremors and Parkinson disease Demyelinating ... nerve diseases (neuropathy), which affect the nerves that ...
  7. ... the nerve cell) Damage to the small nerves Demyelination (destruction of parts of the myelin sheath covering ... Amyloidosis (sural nerve biopsy is most often used) Demyelination Inflammation of the nerve Infections that damage nerves ...
  8. ... nerve covering ( myelin sheath). This damage is called demyelination. It causes nerve signals to move more slowly. ... Elsevier; 2019:chap 61. Katirji B. Disorders of peripheral nerves. In: Jankovic J, Mazziotta JC, Pomeroy SL, ...
  9. Brain Diseases (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... system, which also includes your spinal cord and peripheral nerves. The nervous system sends signals between your ...
  10. ... impulse is blocked somewhere along the nerve pathway) Demyelination (damage and loss of the fatty insulation surrounding ... polyneuropathy Tibial nerve dysfunction Ulnar nerve dysfunction Any peripheral neuropathy can cause abnormal results. Damage to the ...
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