What is intramedullary sclerosis?

Answer Intramedullary sclerosis is an abnormal condition, predominantly found in women. Men rarely have this aliment. A lesion causes a thickening on the bone above the knee. No consistent cause is known ... Read More »

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What Are the Causes of Knee Pain from an Intramedullary Nail?

Efficient intramedullar nailing involves cutting the patellar (kneecap) tendon and its protective sheath down the middle. This dissection of the kneecap is deemed by surgeons to be the primary caus... Read More »

What are the causes of multiple sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system attacks the body itself. The root cause of multiple sclerosis is not well understood, although several theories have been adv... Read More »

What do I need to know about multiple sclerosis?

"What do I need to know about multiple sclerosis ?" -- My friend, you shouldn't be getting your information from Yahoo! Answers."And I have The Remmittng remission type" -- This is why you need... Read More »

Multiple sclerosis?

I was diagnosed with Relapsing and Remitting MS 18 months ago. In retrospect, I have had this for at least 20 years. Of course I had symptoms and exacerbations that I simply ignored (fatigue, numb ... Read More »