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hi m kiran, i have a elder brother hes 27 nd when he was 22 suddenly the small finger of left foot stoped moving..slowely the foot.then the left leg nd nw he cant move both og his legs..his griping of hands is nt as strong ..doctors cant get the xact problem though he is week bt he was all health till 22..some doctors says that his brain is shrinking some say that nerves are blocked..PLZZZ GIVE ANY SUGGESTION ..thank you
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Although it supposedly wiped out here, a check for polio might be a good idea.  In some, the immunization doesn't make the immune response that is hoped for and polio becomes a latent infection that emerges later in life.  Then there's polio vaccines contaminated with SV40, a cancer causing monkey virus.
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Muscle atrophy is usually caused from neuromuscular disease or injury.  However, it may also stem from certain metabolic and endocrine disorders.  

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Comartment syndrome and Volkmann's ischemic contracture
hypercortisolism
hypothyroidism
multiple sclerosis
parkinson's disease
protein deficiency
spinal chord injury
thyrotoxicosis
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Hi. You may also check the post titled GBS/CIDP.

SPECT imaging , Brain amd Spine MRI's results needed for evaluation

Complete history before onset, including significant events
injuries, trauma both physical and emotional, infections etc,
would help narrow it down.

Niko






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