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  1. The NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms features 8, terms related to cancer and medicine. We offer a widget that you can add to your website to let users look up cancer-related terms. Get NCI’s Dictionary of Cancer Terms Widget.
  2. Mar 23,  · Neurological Examination Spinal Cord Part 2 - Everything You Need To Know - Dr. Nabil Ebraheim - Duration: nabil ebraheim , views.
  3. (Has a frequency of Hz) (cerebellar lesion) ataxia. Irregular uncoordinated movements (cerebellar lesions) dysmetria. Abnormal undershoot or overshoot (also know as past pointing) during movements toward a target. Example: have patient raise both hands suddenly to the level of your hands and they will over or under shoot it.
  4. In a interview with CrypticRock, Rarebell reflected on Blackout and lyrics he wrote stating, “My lyrics were mostly very sexual and Rock-n-Roll, because I lived that life at the time.” Keeping the album even-balanced, Side One concludes with the heart-pumping and fast-paced single “Now!”.
  5. May 21,  · A lesion at C5-C6 can affect just about anything muscular or sensory from the shoulders down. The 'fatter' it is, the more different areas it's likely to affect. My biggest lesion is at C2, and I have paresthesia over almost my whole skin, but muscle issues almost exclusively in my feet. 1st sx 11/26/09; Copaxone from 12/1/11 to 7/13/
  6. Nov 09,  · Hi - I went in for an MRI at the end of August that showed a C lesion that was causing "lhermitte's sign" symptoms that I was having. My neurologist gave me a good prognosis and said I should be fine, but within a few weeks, I woke up one morning with numb hands and a few days later a numb torso. They sent me back in for more MRI's showing a new lesion on the C2 area of the spine.
  7. A space-occupying lesion, as the name suggests, has a recognizable volume and may impinge on nearby structures, whereas a non space-occupying lesion is simply a hole in the tissue, e.g. a small area of the brain that has turned to fluid following a stroke.

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