(no͝or′ō-ăk′sə-nəl, -ăk-sŏn′əl)
Of, relating to, or being the axon of a neuron.
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Pope Benedict also blessed 18-month-old Alexander Frame, who has an incurable genetic disorder called neuroaxonal dystrophy.
In 1984, Herrera et al (5) studied a subset of these tumors showing positivity for S100 protein by immunohistochemistry and evidence of schwannian and neuroaxonal differentiation by electron microscopy and proposed the name plexosarcomas for them.
NAA and N-acetylaspartylglutamate (tNAA) are markers of neuroaxonal integrity and have been found to decline with neuronal damage and loss.
New topics include infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy, neuronal migration disorders, meningococcal vaccines, pneumococcal meningitis, rivastigmine, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, and TORCH Disorders.
The work, supported by the children's medical research charity WellChild, has also uncovered a genetic mutation, which causes Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy that slowly degenerates the nerves throughout a child's body and ultimately results in death.
Neuroaxonal dystrophy due to lysosomal [alpha]-N-acetyl-galactosaminidase deficiency.
The study demonstrated patients who received COPAXONE([R]) improved in their cerebral neuroaxonal integrity relative to patients treated with placebo.
He is suffering from rare condition called neuroaxonal dystrophy for which there is no cure.