Stem Cell Medical Reports for: Ataxia
Author or authors of report : Pablo Andrei Appelt, Kristin Comella, Luciane Aparecida Pascucci Sande de Souza & Gustavo José Luvizutto
Date of report : 2021-02-25
Major Points: Background: SCA is characterized by changes in balance, locomotion, and motor coordination. Stem cell therapies are being explored as a potential treatment to delay the disease's progression. Objectives:
Author or authors of report : Shahrzad Bakhtiar Sandra Woelke Sabine Huenecke Matthias Kieslich Alexander Malcolm Taylor Ralf Schubert Stefan Zielen Peter Bader
Date of report : 2018-10-19
Key Findings: Immune Reconstitution: The patient showed rapid and stable engraftment by day +15 post-transplantation. The T-cell lymphopenia was corrected, and there was an increase in serum immunoglobulins, particularly IgA
Author or authors of report : Yun-An Tsai, Ren-Shyan Liu, Jiing-Feng Lirng, Bang-Hung Yang, Chin-Hao Chang, Yi-Chen Wang, Yu-Shan Wu, Jennifer Hui-Chun Ho, Oscar K. Lee, and Bing-Wen Soong
Date of report : 2017-03-01
Major Points: Objective: The primary aim was to assess the safety and tolerability of intravenous MSCs, and secondarily, to evaluate their potential efficacy in treating SCA. Methodology: The study was
Author or authors of report : Hafiz S, De Jesus O
Date of report : 2020-09-24
Types and Causes Ataxia is categorized into three types based on location: cerebellar, sensory, and vestibular. It can also be subdivided into sporadic (no family history, manifests in adulthood), hereditary
Author or authors of report : Sheng-Han Kuo
Date of report : 2019-08-25
Major Points and Findings: Purpose of Review: The article aims to provide a comprehensive review of cerebellar ataxia, focusing on its symptoms, diagnostic methods, genetics, and management. Recent Findings: Advancements
Author or authors of report : Mayo Clinic Staff
Date of report : 2022-08-09
Mayo Clinic
Causes Ataxia can be caused by a wide range of factors, including: Alcohol misuse Stroke Brain tumors Multiple sclerosis Certain medications Genetic disorders The report categorizes the causes into three
Author or authors of report : Jenish Bhandari, Pawan K Thada, and Debopam Samanta
Date of report : 2023-08-08
The medical report focuses on Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA), a rare, inherited, progressive neurodegenerative disease that primarily affects the cerebellum. The condition is characterized by the absence of voluntary muscle coordination,
Author or authors of report : National Health Service
Date of report : 2021-04-16
National Health Service
Types of Ataxia The NHS report categorizes ataxia into three broad types: Acquired Ataxia: This type develops due to external factors such as trauma, stroke, multiple sclerosis, brain tumors, or
Author or authors of report : Tetsuo Ashizawa, FAAN and Guangbin Xia
Date of report : 2016-08-22
Purpose and Summary: The article aims to introduce the background and common causes of ataxia and offers a general approach to assessing and managing patients with this condition. Clinicians are