some people's lesions will not change at all. I probably will be one of those...
but you got a card to carry in your purse or wallet so you can show it to the techs in such situations so when doing imaging studies be prepared to get that out
My query has always been, "why the increase in disability when the lesions have not changed?" Of course, I have not gotten any definitive answers other than "it is known that MS disability increases with age". Maybe we just need to be taking that "forever young pill". I can't seem to find anyone to prescribe it though!
correct jugular drainage, there will be normalized perfusion, adequate oxygen and grey matter damage will halt. This is what I'm hoping/praying for
This is an encouraging result,” says Johns Hopkins neurologist Peter Calabresi, M.D., lead author of the study, which appears in the October 2007 issue of Neurology. “MRI is an imperfect tool that measures the result of many types of tissue loss rather than specifically nerve damage itself. With OCT we can see exactly how healthy these nerves are, potentially in advance of other symptoms.”
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