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Multifocal motor neuropathy

Cecilia Van Gorp woke one morning to find that she had lost movement in her right hand. "I immediately called the doctor, fearing I had had a stroke," says Van Gorp. A visit with her doctor ruled out a stroke. Several appointments with specialists and numerous tests followed, but didn't [...]

Created by Margaret Shepard

Surgery helps Jody get control of her life

When Jody Wobbe played basketball in high school, she occasionally fell down. "My legs would just give out," she recalls. "I could always pop right back up, so it was no big deal." But in the back of her mind, Jody knew something was wrong. The problem began during Jody's [...]

Created by Margaret Shepard

Myasthenia gravis - Early detection and right treatment

James (Jim) Miller wasn't sure if it was just part of the normal aging process or if retirement wasn't agreeing with him. Whatever the reason, it became nearly exhausting for him just to eat. A native of River Falls, Wis., Jim had recently retired from his job in health care [...]

Created by Margaret Shepard

Mayo Clinic Neurologists Explain Their Interest in ALS

Check out this video to learn why two Mayo Clinic neurologists, Eric Sorenson, M.D., and Brian Crum, M.D., choose to  research and treat patients with ALS, which is more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

Created by Elizabeth Rice

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