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What Is Moyamoya Disease? - U.S. News & World Report



U.S. News & World Report
 
What Is Moyamoya Disease? 
U.S. News & World Report
The disease, which tends to strike either in childhood or in people's 30s or 40s, can be understood like a traffic jam, Smith explains. Just imagine that the carotid artery is a highway that forks into two roads: one that delivers blood to the brain ...

 


Moyamoya: A disease well fought in Bangladesh? - Dhaka Tribune



Dhaka Tribune
 
Moyamoya: A disease well fought in Bangladesh? 
Dhaka Tribune
Even though the disease is quite unknown in Bangladesh, there are quite a number of patients who have been treated successfully at the National Institute of Neurosciences and Hospital (NINSH) in Dhaka's Agargaon. Until now, 30 patients have undergone ...

 


David's battle: 'Who is supposed to take care of him?' - Radio New Zealand



Radio New Zealand
 
David's battle: 'Who is supposed to take care of him?' 
Radio New Zealand
An Auckland mother fears her four-year-old son will be confined to the corner at his crèche, unable to learn, because of what she says is a lack of teacher aides for children with disabilities. Lucy Bennett and her son David, who has neurofibromatosis ...

 


After two brain surgeries, a loss of language and a breakup, beat producer Tokimonsta reflects on a tough few years - Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
 
After two brain surgeries, a loss of language and a breakup, beat producer Tokimonsta reflects on a tough few years 
Los Angeles Times
For the past decade, Lee, 30, had made music under the moniker Tokimonsta, and during a recent afternoon at her Koreatown apartment she recalled those traumatic months when, after establishing herself as a globe-trotting force at dance music festivals ...

 


Brain Surgery Stole Tokimonsta's Ability to Make Music. Here's How She Got It Back - L.A. Weekly



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Brain Surgery Stole Tokimonsta's Ability to Make Music. Here's How She Got It Back 
L.A. Weekly
She was diagnosed with moyamoya, a rare, progressive vascular disorder in which the arteries that provide blood flow to the brain, including the vital carotid arteries, begin to narrow. Untreated, the disease is fatal. In the three months following the ...

 


Born with ?half a heart,? four hospitals said he was inoperable. They were wrong - Miami Herald



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Born with ?half a heart,? four hospitals said he was inoperable. They were wrong 
Miami Herald
?I can imagine Calvin telling his kids someday: 'Your grandma saved my life when I was born. She did it by never giving up on me, and by using an ancient software program called 'Facebook,'? joked Dr. Redmond P Burke. Burke, the chief director of ...

 


Rare Disease Doesn't Stop Model from Shining - Rare Disease Report



Rare Disease Report
 
Rare Disease Doesn't Stop Model from Shining 
Rare Disease Report
Rare Disease Doesn't Stop Model from Shining. NOVEMBER 21, 2016. Andrew Black. For model and Moyamoya disease patient Liz Bos, it all started 2 years ago. While typing on her computer, she suddenly lost feeling in her left hand. After being rushed to ...

 


Stem cell therapy combats a one-in-a-million immune disorder for 4-year-old boy - Miami Herald



Miami Herald
 
Stem cell therapy combats a one-in-a-million immune disorder for 4-year-old boy 
Miami Herald
Just six months ago, Jovon hovered near death, diagnosed with a rare immune disorder that had bounced him in and out of the hospital since his third birthday. His symptoms had ballooned from flu-like coughs and tiredness into seizures and a tumor ...

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How doctors and physical therapists are working to keep dancers on their toes - Miami Herald



Miami Herald
 
How doctors and physical therapists are working to keep dancers on their toes 
Miami Herald
Common injuries include stress fractures, Achilles tendon flare-ups, knee and ankle issues, torn ligaments, shin splints, hamstring pulls and snapping hip syndrome. Dr. Farah Tejpar at Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston has treated dancers who worry ...

 


Moyamoya Disease Affects Females More Severely - Medical News Today



Medical News Today
 
Moyamoya Disease Affects Females More Severely 
Medical News Today
According to a recent study by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, published in the journal Neurosurgery, women and girls have an increased risk of unfavorable outcomes following surgery for treatment of moyamoya disease. Moyamoya disease is a rare disorder ...

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