An Audit of the Stages of Spinal Cord Injury Pathogenesis and their Relation to Secondary Medical Complications and Potential Chronicity in Patients

An Audit of the Stages of Spinal Cord Injury Pathogenesis and their Relation to Secondary Medical Complications and Potential Chronicity in Patients

More than a decade ago, spinal-cord injury meant confinement to a wheelchair and a lifetime of medical comorbidity. The physician’s armamentarium of treatments was very limited, and provision of care for individuals with spinal-cord injury was usually met with...
Pathogenic Agents of Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Corresponding Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment Hypotheses

Pathogenic Agents of Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Corresponding Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment Hypotheses

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), the most common cause of dementia, is a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative disorder that primarily affects older adults. Though the definitive etiology of the disease is still to be uncovered, several characteristic features of the...