I really don't know about warfarin and CNS, as so many people use it after stroke and you know this fact. but I haven't heard about its ffect on the nervous system. but about the MRI I really don't think that it could be helpful ..."
"hello. I want to know if reflex epilepsies occur just during or a little after the stimulus or they can occur some hours later after receiving the stimulus. in general I want to know is it possible that a sensory stimulus make a seizure ..."
taking a look at his ncv test, i get nothing!
It is full of numbers regarding the speed of impulses in different nerves, and it is not indicated whether they are normal or not.
He has got fasciculation in his arms, and the suggested reason for that according to the clinicians is myelopathy.
Actually, we have done several tests, but the results are confusing.
In the MRI(from Head and Neck) results, everything was O.k.
the doctor said that the MRI result doesn't match his test results of neuromuscular tests(like NCV and EMG).for that, once again we did those of tests. the results were the same.
yet, the doctors have not come to any conclusions.
I will inform you about any news about him.
Thanks for your care!!
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