CIDP


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AcronymDefinition
CIDPChronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
CIDPChronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy
CIDPCanary Island Date Palm (Phoenix canariensis)
CIDPCentral Instrument Data Processor
CIDPCorporate Identity Development Process (training program)
CIDPConfédération Internationale pour Le Désarmement et La Paix (French: International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace)
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However, our research showed that a significant minority of patients diagnosed with diabetic neuropathy, actually have CIDP, which is far more treatable and has much better outcomes.
We report a case of lepromatous leprosy neuropathy that was misdiagnosed as CIDP after a nerve conduction study and a sural nerve biopsy.
Several medical interventions for CIDP are described in the literature, but no evidence-based approaches to rehabilitation specific to CIDP can be found.
One major exception is the UNDP's Human Security Council operating under the aforementioned CIDP.
Intravenous gammaglobulin (IVIg) for treatment of CIDP and related immune-mediated neuropathies.
CIDP is a debilitating nerve disease that results in progressive weakness in the arms and legs, causing significant disability for many individuals.
Since I was 3 years old and my brother, Nicholas, was 6 months old, my mother has suffered from CIDP, a disease paralyzing her from the waist down.
CIDP, the chronic form of Guillain-Barr acute syndrome, could be caused by any number of factors, including infectious microbes, toxins, or other material from the pigs that might have triggered the victims' systems to attack healthy tissue.
It then emerged she actually has CIDP - Chronic Intermittent Demylinating Polyneuropathy - a condition which, in effect, sees the body's immune system turn on itself, affecting major organs.
CIDP is associated with a variety of concomitant medical illnesses, which often manifest weeks before the onset of muscle weakness and paresis.