... Dan Brolynstein in conjunction with the Harvard Veterinarian Medical School. These diseases first disable the immune system before proceeding to change
the chemical makeup in different parts of the nervous system , making the aforementioned brain disfunction to occur. If the victim does not die from ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... cellular responses to exogenously applied GABA remained the same. These observations suggested that no changes occurred in the post-synaptic cell to change
its responsiveness to GABA during DSI. Somehow, DSI appeared to be mediated by a retrograde synaptic messenger whose synthesis or release was ...
... is often made by exclusion and is identified and isolated by bandaging areas affected unless any improvement to the affected area or significant change
in behavior is witnessed.
Treatment may include periodic bandaging, psychiatric guidance with life adjustments, lotions with or without menthol ...
... - Pathology - Nephrology ( N00-N39 )
Diseases of the glomerulus
Lupus nephritis | Post-infectious glomerulonephritis | Minimal change
disease | Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis | Diabetic nephropathy | IgA nephropathy | Membranous glomerulonephritis | Nephritic syndrome ...
... ), or by inflammatory reactions in the body directed against muscle (the myopathies).
Muscle atrophy occurs by a change
in the normal balance between protein synthesis and protein degradation. During atrophy, there is a down-regulation of protein synthesis pathways, ...
... have repeated events throughout the night which are disruptive to the sleep cycle. At the end of an apnea or hypopnea is often an arousal, which is a change
in EEG frequency often accompanied by increased EMG frequency for between 3-15 seconds. These arousals are short but often can be frequent throughout ...
... a wide range of other disorders (see Table).  
The proteopathies are also called protein conformational diseases ,  because a change
in the 3-dimensional folding (conformation) of a protein increases the tendency of the protein to misfold and polymerize into aggregates that are ...
Sexual orientation and medicine
... People 2010 
New York Medical College revokes the charter of the its LGBT medical student group after the applies to change
its name from Student Help Organization to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender People in Medicine. School officials claimed “the organization ...
... section be merged into Surrogate endpoint . ( Discuss )
A surrogate marker (or surrogate end point ) is term used in medical research for a change
to the human body that is believe to be necessary to an eventual outcome or end point . 
Surrogate markers are used when it is unethical ...