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1,617 Possible Causes for Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction, Slow Recovery

  • Prepatellar Bursitis

    If swelling in the bursa is causing a slow recovery, a needle may be inserted to drain the blood and speed up the process.[orthonorcal.com]

    Missing: Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction
  • Congenital Slow-Channel Myasthenic Syndrome Type 4A

    The p.R1454W substitution induced an important enhancement of fast and slow inactivation, a slower recovery for these inactivated states, and a frequency-dependent regulation[cervo.ulaval.ca] […] within the neuromuscular junction Presynaptic Synaptic Postsynaptic P.J.[authorstream.com] Thus, a presynaptic defect of acetylcholine resynthesis, packaging or mobilisation was proposed ( 8, 9, 16 ).[academic.oup.com]

  • Familial Infantile Myasthenia

    However, it can be unmasked by providing 10 Hz (sub-tetanic) RNS for 5 minutes prior to 2 Hz slow RNS.[sites.google.com] Thus, a presynaptic defect of acetylcholine resynthesis, packaging or mobilisation was proposed ( 8, 9, 16 ).[academic.oup.com] The drop of CMAP is common to many other CMS, but the unique feature in ChAT deficiency CMS is that the CMAP has a delayed recovery (5 - 20 minutes) ChEIs improve strength[sites.google.com]

  • Common Cold

    Excluded studies Andrianova 2003 (Russian) was a randomised controlled trial (RCT), comparing Allicor (slow‐release garlic tablets) to benzimidazole or placebo for treating[doi.org] Excluded studies Andrianova 2003 (Russian) was a randomised controlled trial (RCT) comparing Allicor (slow‐release garlic tablets) to benzimidazole or placebo for treating[doi.org] […] duration (number of days), the number of days 'challenged' (where participants reported an occasional sneeze or felt that a cold was coming on) and the number of days to recovery[doi.org]

    Missing: Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction
  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    The recovery of MS activity was slow and was only 80% of control values 72 h after N2O was stopped.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] We conclude that N2O causes multiple defects in Cbl metabolism that include the following: (a) rapid inhibition of MS activity with a slow recovery when N2O is stopped; (b[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction
  • Brain Concussion

    A repeat concussion that occurs before the brain recovers from the first can slow recovery or increase the chances for serious complications or even death.[utswmed.org] A second concussion that occurs before your brain recovers from the first – usually within a short period of time (hours, days or weeks) – can slow recovery or increase the[betterhealth.vic.gov.au] […] your recovery Avoid activities that are physically demanding e.g., heavy housecleaning, working-out, mowing the lawn, lifting and carrying heavy items Avoid activities that[brainstreams.ca]

    Missing: Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction
  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    Remember that hurt does not necessarily mean harm and being overprotective when you exercise is unhelpful and likely to slow your recovery.[painhealth.csse.uwa.edu.au] Fear of pain and movement usually causes us to tense up, worry and over protect ourselves, which can make back pain worse and slow recovery.[painhealth.csse.uwa.edu.au]

    Missing: Presynaptic Defect at the Neuromuscular Junction
  • Lambert Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

    […] from inactivation; however, both fast and slow decays of peak calcium channel were significantly faster in mutant channels between 0 and 20 mV.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] A c.923C T variant affecting an adjacent residue (p.Pro308Leu) produced a presynaptic neuromuscular junction defect and a dominant hereditary motor neuropathy in a second[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Classification of congenital myasthenic syndrome Usually classified according to the defective site of the neuromuscular junction, it is often divided into presynaptic, synaptic[intechopen.com]

  • Paraneoplastic Neurologic Syndrome

    Outcome and prognosis While treatment with steroids, plasma exchange (PEX), intravenous immunoglobulins (IVIG) and oral steroids was followed by slow yet complete recovery[jneuroinflammation.com] […] in defective neuromuscular transmission.[dl.ndl.go.jp] Therapies to reduce or slow neurological degeneration. In this scenario, rapid diagnosis and treatment are critical for the patient to have the best chance of recovery.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Infantile Botulism

    Infants will generally continue to have progression of disease over the first 1-2 weeks followed by a plateau for several weeks and then slow recovery over weeks to months[clinicaladvisor.com] EMG studies were suggestive of presynaptic neuromuscular junction defect. Motor unit potentials were of small amplitude and brief duration with increased polyphasia.[pediatricneurologybriefs.com] Recovery is slow and hospitalizations average about four to six weeks. Questions Does the baby have infant botulism?[healthcentral.com]

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