Neurological diseases

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Neurological diseases

NAC in neurodegenerative diseases< has an interesting article that includes info on the protective effect of NACi in neurodegenerative disease.

Connect the Dots

I am trying to connect the dots, and was wondering if I could get an opinion from some of you who have been here a while, and know more about CPni.  Several years ago, and I can pinpoint it to within a couple of months, I began feeling "not right".  I was first dxi with pernicious anemia after complaining of brain fog and fatigue, then irritable bowel syndrome for chronic unrremitting diarrhea.  These were followed by numbness in two toes, which the neuro determined was caused by diabetic nueropathy (after three glucose tests, one came up a little off, and he dx'd glucose intolerance).  I beleive I have glucose intolerance, but diabetic nueropathy from it?  Anyway, after that, psoriasis, which I had had problems with for years without knowing what it w

Cpn, Stroke, and Sed Rate;27/12/2207< is a 1997 study associating Cpni with stroke. It also mentions that ESR is not elevated in the study population.



Association of CPn with Central Nervous System disease

Microbes Infect. 2003 Nov;5(13):1249-53. Related Articles, Links

Association of Chlamydia pneumoniae with central nervous system disease

Stratton CW, Sriram S
Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, USA
Chlamydia pneumoniae is a common respiratory pathogen that is now being incriminated in a number of
chronic diseases. The ability of C. pneumoniae to infect and persist in macrophages makes it a likely
candidate to disseminate in a number of different tissues, including those of the central nervous system.
This review addresses the potential and the underlying mechanisms by which C. pneumoniae infections can
play a role in such diverse neurological diseases as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's diseasei.

Publication Types:
Review, Tutorial

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