DEFINITION OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease on central nervous membrane (CNS). CNS consist of brain, spinal cord and optic nerve. T cells attacks myelin and produce damaging inflammation. Nerve impulses cannot be sent properly (will be explained in section 2) This disease is a lifetime neurological disorder.
Amelia Earhart was inspiring woman in the aviation field. (Kansas. Web.) As, an American aviator and public speaker, Earhart helped promote the commercial aviation for women to end male domination in the field of aviation. (Amelia Earhart.
Clifford Brown (my great-grandfather), Renfrew County, Ontario (birth date unknown). Clifford Brown died due to issues with Alzheimer’s (death date unknown). Iva Brown (maiden name unknown; my great-grandmother) was born in Renfrew County, Ontario on an unknown date. Iva Brown died at the age of 92 due to natural causes.
Tim Ferguson, Australian comedian, author, and star of the nineties comedy group the Doug Anthony All Stars, publically revealed in 2012 that he suffers from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) (Franks, 2014). He first noticed symptoms when he was around 18 years old but chose to ignore them as a temporary product of his lifestyle (Gearin, 2012). After several episodes of paralysis and numbness, also known as paresthesias (Baquis & Shenoy, 2014), on his left side (Ferguson, 2013) he was diagnosed with MS in 1995 (Franks, 2014). Mr Ferguson is one of an estimated 0.1% of the Australian population with MS and one of 46% of Autralians with MS who require some form of mobility assistance (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2013). MS is thought to be caused
Lilybeth is a 2 years and 7-month-old/girl referred by Dr. Estrada for a physical therapy evaluation due to DX of Unspecified abnormalities of gait. Lilybeth 's mother was present during the evaluation and contributed with important antecedents to help complete the therapy assigned by the doctor. Lilybeth presents a significant neurological motor delay which affects her skills to maintain standing on the line with one foot in front of the other. She is not able to run more than 5 ft and lose her balance. She can walk backward 2 - 2 steps with SBA to min A. Patient walk sideways only 5-6 ft.
Ms. V. M is a 33 y/o female presented at Howard University Hospital psychiatric unit with symptoms of depression, mania, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, eating disorders, denies destructibility, irresponsibility, grandiosity, flight of ideas, and non-compliance with medication. She was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder of hearing voices “bizarre behavior at a group home”. However, Ms. V.M has eleventh grade education, no kids, watches tmz for fun and she is unemployed. She endorses that she doesn’t need any special education. Moreover, she can respond to a command; but her verbal expression is characterized by 1-2 word responses and in a very limited initiation.
I have experience the things that can occur from a brain injury first hand. In September of 2012, my daughter Deja Mason was injured and has been suffering for the last 3 years. Upon entering the 6th grade my daughter was on an 8th grade math level and a 7th grade reading level. During the third week of school, another student was playing and joking around in the school yard pushing children from behind. Deja was pushed into a metal basketball pole.
You always hear those cute sappy love stories; about the girl running into the boy and they instantly fall in love. What they don’t ever tell you is about the love stories that aren’t so cute but the love is so strong you couldn’t even imagine cutting through it. There was a man Dallas Gene Hale, born December 29, 1945 in Oliver springs he had 6 siblings; the oldest was June, Billy was second oldest, Sarah was the third oldest, and Shirley was fourth, Patsy was the fifth, Jerry was the second youngest, and closest to Dallas, while Dallas was the baby. His mother's name was Minnie Lee and his father's name was Joseph. He had a decent childhood, there were a few events in his childhood that were to never be brought up, but the scars and the
“To this day I still remember my first encounter with multiple sclerosis. My family and I were at our lake house in Houghton Michigan. It was the morning of July third 2007; I had woken up in the bathroom, dazed and confused. Apparently I began vomiting in my sleep. My grandmother was the first to discover me in this state, and as a result, dragged me to the bathroom.
This paper focuses on the Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges (2015). This paper will give an overview of the case, the major arguments made by the plaitiffs and the defendents, as well as how the case has affected other rulings. This case has answered many legal questions and will shape any future cases that deal with gay marriage, possibly even equal rights. Deatiled CH: James Obergefell and John Arthur was a same-sex couple and was married on July 11, 2013 on a medical transport plan on the tarmac at the airport in Baltimore, Maryland due to Arthur being unable to move (3,2) .