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Dysmyelination

Introduction: Dysmyelination

Description of Dysmyelination

Dysmyelination (medical condition): Defective formation of or destruction of the myelin sheath...more »

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Dysmyelination: Diseases characterized by loss or dysfunction of myelin in the central or peripheral nervous system.
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Dysmyelination: Related Topics

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Dysmyelination as a Disease

Dysmyelination (medical condition): See Dysmyelination (disease information).
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Dysmyelination: Related Diseases

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