Inclusion body myositis

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  • Gamma Frequency

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    In this podcast, researchers at MIT look at the ability of high frequency light stimulation to reduce amyloid plaques and improve memory in Alzheimer’s Disease. The phenomenon was focused on the work of a researcher named Li-Hue Tsai. She focused on the Gamma frequency and its effect on neuron electrical signaling to process inflammation. Gamma frequency is a rhythm used when you have complicated or higher thoughts in the brain (a range from 30 bps – 100 bps) = when your brain is doing something

  • Inclusion Body Myositis ,or IBM, is one of many muscle diseases known as inflammatory myopathies,

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    Inclusion Body Myositis ,or IBM, is one of many muscle diseases known as inflammatory myopathies, which causes slowly progressing muscular atrophy and weakness(NINDS IBM ,2014,para 1). Let it be known that in this paper, I shall define IBM, give it’s symptoms and signs, as well as whether or not it is related to birth defects, trauma or age related pathology. A prognosis and diagnosis , for said disease, will be given ; as well as , whether or not it is treatable. I will also mention the research

  • Anatomy Of Muscles

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    The Microscopic Anatomy of Muscles 650 muscles operate the body. The voluntary Skeletal Muscles are long, slender, multinucleate disks with obvious striations have T-tubules utilizing actin and troponin. All muscles need Ca2+. These aerobic and non-aerobic muscles obtain Ca2+ from the sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR). The, intrinsic system, ANS, hormone regulated, voluntary, aerobic muscle of the heart get their Ca2+ from SR and Extra Cellular Fluid(ECF). They utilize the same site of calcium regulation

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

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    Erica Jackson The Center for Allied Health Nursing Education Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 7/15/2013 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a terminal disease, also known as Motor Neurons Disease, Charchot Disease and Lou Gehrig disease. ALS destroys the Central Nervous System (CNS) and causes damage to the upper and lower motor neurons in the brain. Signs and symptoms are characterized as: muscles weakness, muscle atrophy, twitching and reduced muscle reflexes. Eventually the patient