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* GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  halalusmle - 06/14/08 04:40
 
  what the associated symptoms with each one of the following diseases (GBS-MS-myasthenia Gravis ) ? and what the the most common signs for each one of them and what the best initial and accurate diagnosis test for each one of them ...?
(differnitial diagnosis >>>initial test>>>accurate test

plz write anything?it is discussion !!
 
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  halalusmle - 06/14/08 11:30
 
  hey plz somebody start!!  
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  masha - 06/14/08 12:55
 
  broad topic
pl ask more specific Qs
 
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  slick - 06/14/08 13:19
 
  GBS-it's demyelination of peripheral nerves,smptoms;ascending muscle weakness begining in distal lower extremities,autonomic dysfunc.diagnosis;elevated CSF proteinwith normal cell count"albuminocytologic dissociation"  
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  masha - 06/14/08 13:28
 
  Let me open discussion by simple Qs ( for better memorization)

The infection that most commonly precedes GBS is caused by a bacterium called ?????/?
(i am not providing choices for simple Q)
 
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  orthop - 06/14/08 13:30
 
  CAMPYLOBACTER  
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  orthop - 06/14/08 13:33
 
  & VIRUSES INFUENZA A & B  
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  slick - 06/14/08 13:35
 
  MS-DEMYELINATING ds of white matter ,spinal cord ,brain,optic nerve,DC.,CST,MLF.
symp;ALL SIGNS OF ABOVE,,,blurred vision, diplopia,paraesthesia,spastic paraesis....
DIAGNOSIS;igGstaining with monoclonal banding in CSF.
 
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  orthop - 06/14/08 13:36
 
  MS has involvement of medial laminiscus bundle causing internuclear ophthalmoplegia  
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  slick - 06/14/08 13:40
 
  MG-AUTOIMMUNE DS,AUTOANTIBODIES AGAINST ACH RECEPTORS.
SYMP;prox muscle weakness,extraocular muscle weakness.respiratory muscle weakness.
DIAG;edrophonium.
 
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* Re:GBS-MS-Myasthenia Gravis Differntial diagnosis
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  halalusmle - 06/14/08 22:51
 
  GBS usually present with distal to proximal muscle weakness ...and also presented due prior infection by campylobacter >> lumbar tap laboratory examination presents CSF with high protein concentration to normal cell count ratio...
what will be seen in the imaging study of the patient with GBS ?ANY CLINICAL FINDINGS?
 
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