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  • Syringomyelia

     Disease pathophysiology: Syningomtelia is a rare disorder where cyst (fluid filled cavity or syrinx) is formed in the within the spinal cord, if it is left untreated then it may also elongates over time and destroys the spinal cord. Normally damage to the spinal cord leads loss of sensation in hands. Some patients may even experience paralysis either temporarily or permanently and the symptoms are headaches, a loss of the ability to feel extremes of hot or cold (especially in the hands), and loss of bladder and other functions. 

  • Syringomyelia

     Statists: Syringomyelia was once thought be extremely rare with early estimates of only 20,000 people in the Unites States having it. Increased use of MRI has since shown that syringomyelia is more common and, while there has not been a rigorous study to determine how many people have it, a Duke University analysis estimates that between 100,000 - 200,000 people in the Russia may have syringomyelia. 

  • Syringomyelia

     Treatment: The first and the best treatment for the Syningomtelia is surgery of the spinal cord. Surgery is not always recommended but sometimes radiation and analgesia is also used. To diagnose the disease diagnostics tests usually preferred are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), MRI is the most reliable diagnostic tool for syringomyelia. In the past, a computer tomography (CT) scan or myelogram, which uses X-ray images with a constrast dye, were used to diagnose the disorder. Since the invention of the MRI, it is considered the gold standard for diagnosing syringomyelia. Research: Major Research on Syningomtelia in Russia is conducted by Russian Studies Programme.

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