Oana Maria Neamţu

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Multiple sclerosis (MS) has a multifactorial etiology located at the interaction point of environmental factors--nutritional, geographic, infectious, etc.--with genetic factors, which confers susceptibility to disease or alters its development. This research presents a case study focused on complex assessment of a patient using clinical and functional(More)
Gait, as an expression of the locomotive system, needs a complex biomechanical analysis, which allows the description of multiple sclerosis (MS) specific patterns, MS patients having a polymorphism of motion patterns. The studied group consisted of 13 MS patients with gait disorders, average age of the group was of 36 years. The evaluation of the subjects(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of this research is to present the results of neuromuscular assessment using tensiomyography (TMG) in multiple sclerosis for prediction the muscle changes. This study consists of 20 patients, selected conform to certain criteria. Thus, according to diagnosis and MS level, the studied group was divided into two subgroups: subgroup A,(More)
In the last years there were many authors that suggest the existence of an association between different components of metabolic syndrome and various cancers. Two important components of metabolic syndrome are hyperglycemia and hyperinsulinemia. Both of them had already been linked with the increased risk of pancreatic, breast, endometrial or prostate(More)
ABSTRACT The development and function of the nervous system is dependent on many growth factors and their signaling. Tropomyosin-receptor-kinase receptor family controls synaptic strength and plasticity in the mammalian nervous system. Dysregulation of Tropomyosin-receptor-kinase receptors signaling can lead to neural developmental disorders and has been(More)
INTRODUCTION The neuropathogenesis of multiple sclerosis (MS) lesions has been explained by several mechanisms, which emphasize the unpredictable nature of these lesions. The aim of this study is to present the neuromuscular changes in MS at the patients without gait or motor disorders using a noninvasive method named tensiomyography (TMG). PATIENTS AND(More)
UNLABELLED The study presents the case of a patient with progressive multiple sclerosis in relapses (PPMS) and proposes a comprehensive neuromuscular and biomechanical evaluation in order to achieve a predictive picture of gait evolution and balance disorders with disease progression. PATIENT AND METHODS The evaluation included: clinical, functional and(More)
BACKGROUND The G2 neuroendocrine tumors (NET) or well-differentiated neuroendocrine carcinomas (2010 WHO Classification of Tumours of the Digestive System) embrace different types of evolution despite the fact that they actually are included in the same group of prognosis based on mitotic count and the Ki-67 proliferation index. AIM We studied the(More)
UNLABELLED Gait is a motor activity that requires understanding the dynamics and functional anatomical elements that make possible its cyclical conduct. Patients with multiple sclerosis record impaired balance and gait due to the process of demyelination, disorders that can be estimated by quantifying neuromuscular and cortical parameters. The aim of this(More)
Dedifferentiation is a process that may be found in metastasis from the neuroendocrine tumors. We present the case of a female within the seventh decade of life incidentally diagnosed with a mature teratoma with element of cartilages, bronchia, mucinous glands, and a poorly differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma (Ki67 of 30%). After six months of(More)