myelinoclasis

my·e·li·noc·la·sis

(mī'ĕ-li-nok'lă-sis),
Destruction of myelin.
See also: demyelination, dysmyelination.
[myelin + G. klasis, a breaking]

myelinoclasis

(mī″ĕ-lĭn-ŏk′lă-sĭs) [″ + klasis, breaking]
Process of destruction of myelin.
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As the illness develops, myelinoclasis, neuronal necrosis, oxidative stress, secondary gliocyte proliferation, and inflammatory cell infiltration may occur in the diseased areas [30-32], which increased the structural complexity of the organization and induced the increase of MK value.