Thanks very much Ken.
We are onto it!
> First nesessary step is to construct a =detailed= Life History, both
> genetic and experiential. List everything hierarchically in 'time'
> order with specific respect to onset of the symptoms, and work
> backward from there to look for pathogenetic stuff - illness, drug
> use, nutritional deficits, etc.
>> The goal is to gather 'clues'. It's hard work, but very useful
> commensurate with the level of detain that's attained.
>> What you're looking for is 'time' coincidences [that, unless there's
> something dramatically-obvious, will most likely correlate to long
> prior to the onset of symptoms] that point to the start of what,
> eventually, became manifest in symptomology.
>> In the future, computerized 'expert' systems will guide folks through
> such history collection, but, for now, one must do it the hard
> [grinding] way.
>> Good luck.
>> "Ian Timshel" <itschaoticREMOVE at yahoo.ca> wrote in message
> news:eTzna.415$l24.3097 at news1.mts.net...> | Hi all.
> | Please point me to other boards or resources if this post is
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> | I have a friend who has the troubles described below. He's looking
> | resources and support online. If anyone has some ideas as to where
> | might find some information regarding treatment and support for
> | type of thing please post back. We would both welcome any comments.
> | Cheers! Ian.
> | 1. Diagnosis: Inflammatory neuropathy, sever,active, predominantly
> | epineurial, with segmental damage to peroneal nerve
> | biopsy)
> | 2. Tomographic images of the brain have been obtained. There is
> mild to
> | moderate relatively diffusely decreased cortical perfusion
> involving the
> | frontal and parietal lobes with marked involvement of the right
> | posterior
> | frontal-temporal region.(brain perfusion study)
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