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Offline FC_Florida

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Re: Sean Goldman no wikipedia
« Reply #15 on: April 17, 2009, 11:55:16 PM »
Ufa! Finalmente estou de volta, depois de uma semana de muito trabalho...doida para saber dos acontecimentos.
 
Eu estou boiando com o que vcs estao falando aqui. Eu tentei acessar esse blog, Brasil com Z mas precisa do famigerado cadastro...E essa Vasconcellos, quem 'e essa peça?
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Re: Sean Goldman no wikipedia
« Reply #16 on: April 18, 2009, 01:23:57 PM »
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Ufa! Finalmente estou de volta, depois de uma semana de muito trabalho...doida para saber dos acontecimentos.
 
Eu estou boiando com o que vcs estao falando aqui. Eu tentei acessar esse blog, Brasil com Z mas precisa do famigerado cadastro...E essa Vasconcellos, quem 'e essa peça?


Ela suporta o dentuço Joao Paulo. Como sempre esse pessoal so bate na mesma tecla, ''David vendia caneca, camisa, bone com o rosto do Sean, que ele so quer dinheiro blablabla'' Aquela baboseira toda.

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Re: Sean Goldman no wikipedia
« Reply #17 on: April 22, 2009, 04:05:19 PM »
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A doença de que é portador, a síndrome de Guillain-Barré, mata apenas de 3% a 5% dos pacientes. Já passou por uma crise que o deixou semanas no hospital, mas se recuperou sem sequelas.
  I would like to know more information in regards to this type of sindrome . The father of mine childre has something similar but we call ""machado disease"" _ sounds interesting because the symptoms are similar.  Anyone with more information feel free to send me an e-mail thanks.
dmrolim@hotmail.com

Guillain barre syndrome is very different than "Machado disease"

Guillain barre, despite what the LeS's say is NOT a genetic disorder. It is usually self-limiting, meaning that except in rare circumstances, has a n beginning and an end. it is generally not considered a progressive or fatal malady. It is considered an autoimmune reaction causing a group of symptoms hence the term "syndrome". It occurs in varying degrees in it's victims, some with minor short lived symptoms and some with more serious symptoms. RECOVERY can be quick or up to 3 years occasionally with residual muscle weakness that never improves.  I think we can see by the video's that David managed to overcome his problem and has no lasting effects.........wonder if the " thought" of living with someone with a perceived "defect" was too much for the "perfect" Bruna?......The remarks made by JP in his "letter", pretty much sounded like she was appalled at the thought of having to care for this man since she was obviously under the impression that it was a chronic progressive "disease".

Machado-Joseph Disease(named for the first 2 people in whom the disease was identified) on the other hand IS a genetic disorder. Described as a "Azorean Neurologic Disease"
Info found in "Mar 18, 2009 ... "Machado disease. A hereditary ataxia in Portuguese emigrants  to Massachusetts". Neurology 22 (1): 49–55. PMID 5061839.".......reveals this to be a progressive,chronic, often times fatal disease. There is an attack on an area of the brain that is involved with muscle control.
Symptoms are memory problems, difficulty with speech and swallowing, weakness in arms and legs, clumsiness, frequent urination and involuntary eye movements.

There are 3 levels of this disease. Level 1 Usually diagnosed between athe ages of 10 and 30, has the most severe symptoms and is most often rapidly fatal.
Level 2 diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50 with moderate progression of symptoms, spasticity, ataxic gait difficulty with swallowing, exaggerated reflexes and more.
Level 3 is slowest onset of symptoms ususally diagnosed between the ages of 40 and 70 with similar symptoms to parkensons. Cognition and mental awareness continue despite the loss of control over bodily functions.

Death often occurs from aspiration pneumonia (secondary to swallowing, food or drink is aspirated into the lungs, unable to effectively cough due to muscle weakness, patients often die of pneumonia)

Here is a link with patient information:
http://www.icongrouponline.com/Health/Machado-Joseph_Disease.html