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Degenerative Spastic paraplegia - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Average Posted in: Brain and Spine
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 37 Questions
User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
User :   Actually , My brother is having a problem
Doctor :   how can I help you?
User :   We shown him in NIMHANS also
User :   They r REsearching the Problem
Doctor :   ok
User :   The Prob name is "Degenrative Spastic paraplegia"
User :   do u know more anbt hat ?
User :   about
User :   He cannot even walk also
User :   he is a bit FAT
Doctor :   how old is he?
User :   25 Yrs Old
User :   From past 5 Years, we r shoing in NIMHANs
User :   Dr.... islooking@ our CAse
User :   is looking
User :   He complted his B.Ed
User :   Searching for a Job
User :   we r vry poor ppl
User :   from a Village
Doctor :   ok...
User :   In wat way, u cn mk hm to walk on his own
Doctor :   NIMHANS is the best place for the treatment
User :   We already shon der
User :   dey told it can't b cured.
Doctor :   I can just mail you some information about the disease in simple language so that you can understand it better
Doctor :   there is nothing much that I can do to help you out
Doctor :   r u thr?
Doctor :   I have to close this window as there is no response from your side. Please get back if you need any medical advice.
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