myelinosis

myelinosis

 [mi″ĕ-lĭ-no´sis]
fatty degeneration, with formation of myelin.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

myelinosis

(mī'ĕ-lĭ-nō'sĭs),
1. Synonym(s): myelinolysis
2. Any degenerative disorder of myelin.
[myelin + -osis]
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The rapid correction of chronic hyponatremia may results in osmotic demyelination syndrome (Central pontine myelinosis).
Rapid correction of hypernatraemia may lead to central myelinosis, and it is an alternative cause of neurological deterioration.
Although duodenal biopsy is unnecessary when the t-TG levels are so high, a biopsy was done revealing "complete flattening of the villi with crypt hyperplasia." An MRI of the brain revealed "central pontine myelinosis." The child was diagnosed with celiac disease and the degeneration (myelinosis) of the pans.
Most of the benefit occurs early with this drug, and the rate of rise of serum sodium and osmolality was fairly modest in the study, which is important because a large concern with these drugs has been central pontine myelinosis, said Steven Goldsmith, M.D., who moderated the poster session and is lead investigator of an ongoing study of conivaptan in patients with acute decompensated chronic heart failure.