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Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease which affects the nervous system: the immune cells attack their own nervous system. This is followed by vision loss, numbness, pain etc.   On average, chances of suffering of Multiple Sclerosis are one at 750 and it affects women twice as much as men. For people with a family history with Multiple Sclerosis, the risk is 1 to 40, but the genetic factors aren’t the only cause responsible for developing this disease. A recent article publ...

Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease that affects brain areas in charge of controlling memory, intelligence, judgement capacity, language and behaviour. This disease is the most common form of mental decline or dementia. Alzheimer’s is a more serious condition than the moderate memory loss. It’s also associated with behavioural and personality disorders, loss of ability to think properly and of performing daily activities. Scientists have been researching stem cell thera...

Neurosurgery is a specialization in medicine that involves diagnosis, treatments and rehabilitation of disorders and conditions on the nervous system, especially the brain, spinal column (cord), including the peripheral nervous system (outer ganglia and nerves of the brain and spinal column). The neurosurgeon is a general practitioner who gives diagnosis and provides surgical treatment of disorders such as brain and spinal infections, congenital anomalies, tumors, trauma, stroke, vascular dis...

Parkinson’s Disease is a neuromuscular condition which affects basal ganglia brain cells leading to tremors, trembling head and hands, stiffness of the limbs and torso, poor coordination. There are several treatments for this disease. The traditional treatment consists of Levodopa and Carbidopa medication to encourage the brain to produce dopamine. Unfortunately it is not successful to all patients. The new treatment involves the Stem Cell Therapy, which uses fetal or adult neura...

Microvascular surgery includes novel and elaborate surgical techniques to link together minuscule blood vessels and helps to relocate huge amount of tissues e.g. muscle, bone, tendon or cartilage from far-off parts of the body to reconstruct wounds and tissue imperfections. The techniques require immense care and precision and are performed with the help of a microscope, specific instruments and minute needles with ultra fine sutures. This answer was provided by  Adiva | Super Sp...

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