... depending on the location and nature of the problem. A large proportion of neurological
disorders leads to problems with movement, ranging from cerebrovascular ... (Quadriceps "strongest")
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L-DOPA (L-dihydroxyphenylalanine) is a drug used to treat Parkinsonism .
5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) has been used to treat neurological
problems associated with PKU (phenylketonuria).
... (spreading) : enlarged lymph nodes , cough and hemoptysis , hepatomegaly (enlarged liver ), bone pain, fracture of affected bones and neurological
Systemic symptoms : weight loss , poor appetite and cachexia (wasting), excessive sweating ( night sweats ), anemia , and ...
... mouse has genes on chromosomes 16 that are very similar to the human chromosome 21 genes. With this animal model , the exact causes of Down syndrome neurological
symptoms may soon be elucidated. Naturally, Ts65Dn research is also likely to highly benefit Alzheimer's research.
While there are a number of ...
The theory of kinesiology encompasses the study of the biological components of human movement including the anatomical , physiological , neurological
, biochemical , and biomechanical . Also studied is the relationship between the quality of human movement and the overall health of the ...
... in peripheral nerves normally runs along the axon in sections about 1 mm long, punctuated by unsheathed nodes of Ranvier . Multiple sclerosis is a neurological
disorder which results from abnormal demyelination of peripheral nerves. Neurons with demyelinated axons do not conduct electrical signals ...
... cancer and an infective agent. There is current controversy over whether borna virus , previously thought of primarily as the causative agent of neurological
disease in horses, could be responsible for psychiatric illness in humans. The relative ability of viruses to cause disease is described in terms ...