Central nervous system

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Source: Antranik - CNS - Spinal Cord
Source: Antranik.org - CNS - Cross Section Spinal Cord and Vertebra

The Central nervous system (CNS) basically includes the brain and the spinal cord.[1]

Disease involvement in ME/CFS[edit]

Autopsy[edit]

ME/CFS patient autopsies have shown changes to the spinal cord.

Brain imaging[edit]

Cytokines[edit]

Cytokines, found in spinal fluid, are increasingly found to be altered in ME/CFS patients and there are several studies by Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig with the Microbe Discovery Project. See: Cytokine (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome section)

Neuropathological findings[edit]

2017, CNS findings in chronic fatigue syndrome and a neuropathological case report

See also[edit]




References[edit]

  1. Central Nervous System: Spinal Cord - Antranik.org


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