All patients were treated in a rehabilitation unit for four weeks and indicated for surgery due to neurogenic
claudication that can not be managed by physical therapy or medication.
The key morphologic features of MNTI used to distinguish it from these other entities are the clinical presentation, the biphasic population of epithelioid melanogenic cells and primitive neurogenic
cells, and its characteristic immunohistochemical findings.
It has been suggested that dural mast cells contribute considerably to the neurogenic
dural inflammation underlying migraine attack via these mediators (8).
Clinical characteristics of LSS include pains such as leg pain while walking and lower extremity weakness, referred as to neurogenic
Diagnosing and treating neurogenic
orthostatic hypotension in primary care.
The criteria of inclusion for this study were: adult patients with neurogenic
bladder treated with intradetrusor injections of BoNTA for either detrusor overactivity or low bladder compliance between 2003 and 2015.
The researchers found that patients with neurogenic
orthostatic hypotension had twice the fall in blood pressure but only one-third of the increase in heart rate than patients with non-neurogenic orthostatic hypotension.
The patient was evaluated as being in neurogenic
crisis and admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).
differentiation, the percentages of GFAP-/S100-/N-cad-positive cells in MenSCs were quantified based on the 10 images collected randomly.
EMG findings are usually suggestive of a myopathy, although neurogenic
changes were described in some cases.
pulmonary edema in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage," Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, vol.
Conclusion: Detrusor overactivity was the commonest neurogenic
bladder pattern among the traumatic spinal cord injury patients.