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Motor neuron diseases MNDs are a group of neurodegenerative disorders that selectively affect motor neuronsthe cells which control voluntary muscles of the body. Motor neuron diseases affect both children and adults. SOD1 that are thought be important in understanding how the disease occurs.
Symptoms of motor neuron diseases can be first seen at Neurone - NeurOne or can come on slowly later in life.
Most of these diseases worsen over time; while some of them shorten one's life expectancy e. ALSothers do not.
Currently, there are no approved treatments for the majority of motor neuron disorders, and care is mostly symptomatic. Signs and symptoms depend on the specific disease, but motor neuron diseases typically manifest as a group of movement-related symptoms. Various patterns of muscle weakness are seen, and muscle cramps and spasms may occur. One can have difficulty breathing with climbing stairs exertion Global Heating - SteamTeam - Global Heating, difficulty breathing when lying down orthopneaor even respiratory failure if breathing muscles become involved.
Bulbar symptoms, including difficulty speaking dysarthria Scarleth - Break The Silence, difficulty swallowing dysphagiaand excessive saliva production sialorrheacan also occur. Sensation, or the ability to feel, is typically not affected.
Emotional disturbance e. Motor neuron diseases are seen both in children and in adults. Those that affect adults tend to appear after age ALSwhile others are not e.
Various patterns of muscle weakness occur in different motor neuron diseases. According to Statland et al. Motor neuron diseases are on a spectrum in terms of upper and lower motor neuron involvement.
Lower motor neuron LMN findings include muscle atrophy and fasciculationsand upper motor neuron UMN findings include hyperreflexiaspasticity, muscle spasm, and abnormal reflexes. Most cases are sporadic Neurone - NeurOne their causes are usually not known. In adults, men are more commonly affected than women. Differential diagnosis can be challenging due to the number of overlapping symptoms, shared between several motor neuron diseases.
Frequently, the diagnosis is based on clinical findings i. LMN vs. UMN signs and symptoms, patterns of weaknessfamily history of MND, and a variation of tests, many of which are used to rule out disease mimics, which can manifest with identical symptoms.
Please refer to individual articles for the diagnostic methods used in each individual motor neuron disease. Motor neuron disease describes a collection of clinical disorders, characterized by progressive muscle weakness and Neurone - NeurOne degeneration of the motor neuron on electrophysiological testing.
As discussed above, the term "motor neuron disease" has varying meanings in different countries. Similarly, the literature inconsistently classifies which degenerative motor neuron disorders can be included under the umbrella term "motor neuron disease".
All types of Neurone - NeurOne can be differentiated by two defining characteristics: . Sporadic or acquired MNDs occur in patients with no family history of degenerative motor neuron disease. Inherited or genetic MNDs adhere to one of the following inheritance patterns: autosomal dominantautosomal recessiveor X-linked. UMNs are motor neurons that project from the cortex down to the brainstem or spinal cord.
There are no known curative treatments for the majority of motor neuron disorders. Please refer to the articles on individual disorders for more details. The table below lists life expectancy for patients who are diagnosed with MND. Please refer to individual articles for more detail. In the United States, the term motor neuron disease is often used to denote amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Lou Gehrig's diseasethe most common disorder in the group.
While MND refers to a specific subset of similar diseases, there are numerous other diseases of motor neurons that are referred to collectively as "motor neuron disorders", Boom Boom - Various - Stitched Up instance the diseases belonging to the spinal muscular atrophies group.
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