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- ADEM a.k.a. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis is a rare autoimmune disease marked by widespread attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord. ADEM typically damages myelin, causing destruction of white matter. It is often triggered following a viral infection or vaccination.
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- The Adem was an Italian-built car sold on the British market in 1912 by A. De Martini after his departure from the Martini company. Its 17.9 horsepower 4-cylinder monobloc engine had a capacity of 2.9 litres and a four-speed gearbox. It was cooled by fan blades on the flywheel. The car was not commercially successful, and it is possible none were sold.
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A Guide to Clinical Neurology by Roger A. Barker
Clinical features: history and examination ADEM is a clinical syndrome: there are currently no accepted diagnostic criteria. Preceding infection: measles, rubella, chickenpox, rarely mumps, influenza, Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Preceding ...
Training in Paediatrics (2009)
by Mark Gardiner, Sarah Eisen, Catherine Murphy
ADEM is an uncommon but treatable inflammatory demyelinating disorder which typically affects the subcortical white matter. Synonyms include post-infectious encephalomyelitis and immune-mediated encephalomyelitis. Typically it is a ...
An Image Pattern Approach by Zoran Rumboldt, Mauricio Castillo, Benjamin Huang, Andrea Rossi
Pertinent Clinical Information ADEM is a monophasic disorder which typically begins within days to weeks after a prior infectious episode or...
by Massimo Filippi, Nicola de Stefano, Vincent Dousset, Joseph C. McGowan
Epidemiology ADEM is an uncommon disease. Accurate epidemiological figures do not...
by Thomas J. Vogl, Wolfgang Reith, Ernst J. Rummeny
Unlike multiple sclerosis ADEM is a monophasic disease. In rare cases it may recur; then, the term multi-phasic ADEM is used. Although ADEM is a relatively rare disease, it has gained increasing importance for two reasons. First, in recent ...
Neurology Board Review (2016)
Questions and Answers by Amy McGregor, M.D.
mofetil prevents lymphocyte B This patient has acute disseminated encephalomyelitis ( ADEM). ADEM is an demyelinating condition caused by inflammation.
by Sangam Kanekar
MERS ADEM ADEM is an immune-mediated inflammatory disorder of the CNS, usually triggered by an inflammatory response to viral infections or, rarely, vaccinations.1,7,92 This condition predominantly affects children and young adults.
Vaccines and Autoimmunity (2015)
by Yehuda Shoenfeld, Nancy Agmon-Levin, Lucija Tomljenovic
Conclusions ADEM is an acute demyelinating disease of the CNS that usually affects the very young.
by Simon Shorvon
ADEM is an acute inflammatory demyelinating disorder that can follow systemic infections, andis immunologically mediated.
by Katherine R. Birchard, Kiran Reddy Busireddy, Richard C. Semelka
ADEM is an immunologically mediated allergic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system (CNS), resulting in multifocal demyelinating lesions affecting the gray and white matter of the brain and spinal cord. It is typically seen in young ...
Blueprints Neurology (2013)
by Frank W. Drislane, Juan Acosta, Louis Caplan, Bernard Chang, Andrew Tarulli
ADEM is a monophasic demyelinating illness. MS is characterized by multiple white matter lesions separated in space and time and is therefore not monophasic. [Of course, the monophasic course will not be clear at the ...
Spine Imaging E-Book (2012)
Case Review Series (Expert Consult - Online) by Efrat Saraf-Lavi
Comment Background and Clinical Presentation ADEM is a monophasic demyelinating disease of the central nervous system that occurs in most cases following a viral ...
Emergency Radiology (2016)
by Hani H. Abujudeh
ADEM is a post-infectious (usually viral) autoimmune mediated acute demyelination that typically occurs approximately two to four weeks after infection . Common viruses include influenza A, Epstein Barr virus, coronavirus, and mumps.
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is an immunemediated inflammatory of the central nervous system (CNS), which is usually acute and monophasic, with evidence of multifocal white matter involvement.
by David Loring
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) Adenoma *cognition, limited course, and identifiable etiologies. Elderly patients are at risk for developing acute confusional states from metabolic abnormalities or infections, and hospitalization ...
by Dana K. Cassell, Noel R. Rose
perivenous encephalomyelitis Also known as acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), perivenous encephalomyelitis is an acute, rapidly progressing, demyelinating multifocal disorder usually preceded by an ...
Encyclopedia of Sleep (2012)
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis ADEM is an acute inflammatory demyelinating disease of the CNS characterized by the onset of neurologic deficits occurring days to weeks after viral infection or vaccination. The disease is thought to be ...
by Dan Connell, Tom Killion
IDRIS MOHAMED ADEM (1921–2003). A leading figure in the early ...
A Dakota-English Dictionary (1892)
by Stephen Return Riggs
adem'-ya-kfn. to break on, as by shooting or punching — abowawega. a-bo'-zu-zn, v. a (a and bozuzu) to break all up on; to destroy upon — abowazuzu. a - d a' - g a , v. n. (a and daga) to freeze in, on, or upon; to become ice ...
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