2 edition of Further explorations on the geographic distribution of multiple sclerosis found in the catalog.
Further explorations on the geographic distribution of multiple sclerosis
World Federation of Neurology. Commission on Geographic Neurology, Epidemiology and Statistics.
|Statement||Edited by Kay Hyllested and Leonard T. Kurland.|
|Series||Studies in multiple sclerosis,, 6, Acta neurologica Scandinavica. Supplementum, 19, v. 42, 1966.|
|Contributions||Hyllested, Kay, ed., Kurland, Leonard T., 1921- ed.|
|LC Classifications||RC377 .W67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||77529994|
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In relation to the United States, it is estimated that approximately half a million people living with multiple sclerosis. Each week about new cases are diagnosed here in the U.S.
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It begins by introducing the central nervous system and describing how multiple sclerosis affects the brain and spinal cord. The author then reviews early understanding of MS, how it was first recognized as a disease, and the discoveries that have helped explain its causes.
Some researchers suggest that multiple sclerosis is common in temperate regions due to the seasonal fluctuations in daylight affecting body chemistry. Research has shown that both disease onset and relapses are more common in the springtime and least common in.
The geographic distribution of multiple sclerosis: An examination of mathematical models☆. Author links open overlay panel Milton Alter Ruth Loewenson Mary HarsheCited by: For further information, including about cookie Geographic distribution of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) mortality rates in Canada, published a book.
Multiple sclerosis is the most common neurological cause of debilitation in young people; it affects approximat people in the UK,people in the US and approximately million people worldwide. The disease commonly manifests in the second or third decade of life, and in most cases it leads to progressive disability, which explains its 5/5(1).
There are aboutpatients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis in the North America today. The age of onset peaks between 20 and 30 years. Almost 70% of patients manifest symptoms between ages 21 and Disease rarely occurs prior to 10 or after 60 years of age.
However, patients as young as 3 and as old as 67 years of age have been described. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is proud to be a source of information about multiple sclerosis and maintains the largest collection of MS information in the world.
These books have been approved by a review committee and align with the Society’s organizational values. The Society does not endorse specific publications. “The association between the post-encephalitic syndrome and demyelination or incomplete myelination of the brain seems quite secure.
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multiple sclerosis (MS), chronic, slowly progressive autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system attacks the protective myelin sheaths that surround the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord (a process called demyelination), resulting in damaged areas that are unable to transmit nerve impulses.
Multiple sclerosis: Geographic distribution and prevalence Experts agree that there is unequal distribution of multiple sclerosis cases around the world.
In the United States, estimates are set at. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged. This damage disrupts the ability of parts of the nervous system to transmit signals, resulting in a range of signs and symptoms, including physical, mental, and sometimes psychiatric problems.
Specific symptoms can include double vision, blindness Causes: Unknown. Traditionally, multiple sclerosis (MS) has been considered a white matter disease, but MS lesions are known to occur in grey matter. Recent immunohistochemical studies. Medical Hypotheses () 49, Harcourt Brace & Co Ltd Multiple sclerosis: a geographical hypothesis I.
CARLYLEWinchester St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3J 2E3, Canada Abstract -- Multiple sclerosis remains a rare neurological disease of unknown aetiology, with a unique distribution, both geographically and by: Multiple Sclerosis.
The average time between clinical onset of MS and diagnosis by physicians is 4 - 5 years. Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. The symptoms of multiple sclerosis are varied and can occur suddenly, then disappear again just as quickly.
There are no specific sets of symptoms applicable to any of the types of multiple sclerosis. Both mortality and morbidity data indicate quite clearly that multiple sclerosis is a geographically-related disease, and thus MS can be thought of as an acquired environmental (exogenous) illness.
High frequency parts of the world for MS are Europe between 65° and 45° north latitude, northern United States and southern Canada, New Zealand, and southern Cited by: F Global distribution of multiple sclerosis and migrations The five continents are depicted, showing areas of medium prevalence of multiple sclerosis (orange), areas of exceptionally high frequency (red), and areas with low rates (grey-blue).
Some regions are largely uncharted so these colors are only intended to provide an impression of. STUDIES IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: Further Explorations on the Geographic Distribution of Multiple Sclerosis.
Report of the Third Conference of the Commission on Geographic Neurology, Epidemiology, and Statistics of the World Federation of Neurology. Copenhagen, September, Edited by Kay Hyllested and L.
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