Alzheimer's Disease

An average patient has a life expectancy somewhere between three and nine years from the time of diagnosis. In the year 1991, a medical network was founded to conduct a study on the condition, and 2 years later it was identified to be a particular element in the chromosome 19 of genes. As it starts to diminish the motor skills, patients start failing at everyday tasks and that include self care.

An average patient has a life expectancy somewhere between three and nine years from the time of diagnosis. In the year 1991, a medical network was founded to conduct a study on the condition, and 2 years later it was identified to be a particular el ... More

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Benign hemangioma

I have chronic back pain radiating to lower limbs. I took physiotherapy for 2 weeks for scitica and treatment for vit D3(8.5) But my pain increased to a level where i was not able to get up on my feet. So I went for mri L-s spine and was diagnosed with hemangioma( focal T1,T2 heperintense lesion involving right aspect of L1 vertebral body). My pain is increasing.What does this say.?

ATT medication side effec

Hello, I had Tubercular spondylitis and had spine surgery in feb 2015. I was on ATT medication since then for 1.5 year which is stopped now. I am still having side effects of this medicine such as headache, dizziness, ringing in ears. Can someone tell me how long it takes to get rid of these side effects after stopping the medication? Thanks

Colloid cyst

My father (72 yrs) recently diagnosed with colloid cyst in third ventricle. He has all the symptoms like memory loss, drowsiness, vomiting.. Recently he is not even to walk as his legs and hands are shaking ( leg getting stiff) while standing. He is also a kidney patient with little high creatinine. He is under treatment under a nefrologist from last 10 yrs. But recently his condition has become worse as he is always in drowsiness, does not have the wish to speak or listen anything. If we treat colloid cyst, his problem will be resolved? (CT scan found cyst size is less) do you treat colloid cyst. Please tell me in details, expected cost of surgery, success chance of surgery, method of surgery (micro or open skull), chance of repeating cyst, and how many days to be admitted in hospital .

Fits from birth

She got fits from her birth itself, she taking meds for about 18 years but if she skip any one med for one time in a day she got her fits again. i need to know weather it can be cured. her meds are as follow epilive 500 tegiratal cr 200 cloba 10mg

Headache and vomiting

Headache with coming sensation and eye pain , getting frequently headache I'm unable to see light as well

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