Dysautonomia (autonomic dysfunction)
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Dysautonomia Dysautonomia (or autonomic dysfunction ) is a broad term that describes any disease or malfunction of the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
Autonomic Dysfunction Center - Autonomic Dysfunction Center Home The Vanderbilt Autonomic Dysfunction Center was established in 1978 as the first international center for patient care, research, and training focusing exclusively on disorders of the autonomic nervous system.
Signs and Symptoms of Autonomic Dysfunction Signs and Symptoms of Autonomic Dysfunction Some of the listed symptoms are always present while others occur when a person with Autonomic Dysfunction has been standing or sitting too long: -Dizziness
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Idiopathic Orthostatic Hypotension and other Autonomic Failure Syndromes Autonomic failure has many causes and manifestations. It may result from a primary disturbance of autonomic regulation or more commonly as a secondary effect of another systemic disorder (eg, diabetes, amyloidosis). This article focuses on primary syndromes of generalized autonomic failure and includes a discussion of pure autonomic failure and idiopathic orthostatic hypotension, autoimmune autonomic neuropathy (AAN), and multiple system atrophy (MSA).
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ME Research UK — MRC grant awards to Prof Julia Newton, Dr Wan Ng and colleaguesK The award by the MRC of almost £1 million to Professor Julia Newton, Dr Wan Ng and colleagues (Newcastle Biomedicine, Newcastle University, UK) for two biomedical projects is a great boost for research into ME/CFS in the UK.