Sunday, February 21, 2010

~ w h a t | i s | e c z e m a ~


The meaning of the word “eczema” can cause confusion. Many people use this word to refer to a common skin condition called atopic dermatitis. When this is the meaning, the words “eczema/atopic dermatitis” may be used.

The word “eczema” also has a more general meaning. Eczema can mean a family of skin conditions that causes the skin to become swollen, irritated, and itchy.

Many skin conditions are considered a type of eczema. Atopic dermatitis is one type. Other types include hand dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, and seborrheic dermatitis. Dandruff is a mild type of seborrheic dermatitis. Diaper rash and the rash that many people get after coming into contact with poison ivy are other types of eczema.

What Causes Eczema?
What causes some types of eczema is clear-cut. One type of eczema, irritant contact dermatitis, develops after frequent exposure to a mild irritant such as a detergent or brief exposure to a strong irritant such as battery acid. Another type, allergic contact dermatitis develops when an allergen (substance to which a person is allergic) touches the skin. Common allergens include poison ivy and nickel. A nickel allergy is actually one of the most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis. Many everyday objects contain nickel, including coins, buttons, jewelry, and eyeglass frames.

The exact cause of other types of eczema is not fully understood. Researchers believe that atopic dermatitis develops when many factors combine. These factors include inheriting certain genes, having an overactive immune system, and having something that dermatologists call a “barrier defect.” A barrier defect is a term that means “gaps in the skin.” These gaps allow the skin to lose water too quickly. The gaps also allow germs and other things too small to see with the naked eye to enter the body.

Seborrheic dermatitis is another type of eczema that seems to develop when a number of factors interact. These factors include the person’s genes, yeast that live on human skin, stress, climate, and overall general health. Research shows that seborrheic dermatitis tends to be severe in people who have the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This indicates that the person’s immune system plays a role.

kesan dan rupa akan berlaku dgn eczema ini :-

lama kelamaan akan begini :-

badan akan berbalut kerana tidak tahan dgn cahaya matahari

all about eczema !
pray to ALLAH !
wani will be strong and good girl !
wani can fight this !

this topic didn't want any sympathies from people .
just want people beware about the kind of diseases .
all people should take note about all disease .
who know someday one of ur family out there will have this .

pray and pray may ur family save !

Thursday, February 18, 2010

~ m y | a r t s | p i c t u r e ~

welcome! bOochaAk~

come and see my picca!
love edit | love camera | addicted

view 1 | segamat

view 2 | poliklinik segamat

model cilik | fatin auliyana

model cilik 2 | fatin

model 1 | farhana [cousin]

pasangan | my sis + bro in law

teluk cempedak | my sis + bro in law

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

15feb 2010

pergi majlis si 'angah' tunang
heheheheh XD
dlm jam 11pg tu mncari baju baru utk engagement trsebot
pergh..xhengat kot da punya nk nmpk chantek
siap bli baju sblm ke umah 'cik ros' utk angah engagement
hehehehe XD

bawah ni pic kami sakan bgambo

we are happy siblings

opps : pic pertunangan tersebut lupa lak

bwh ni pic nyer =)

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Efek dari pnyakit ini adalah :

  1. lumpuh separuh badan

  2. lumpuh yg akan kekal

  3. akan mnjadi bisu. Hilang keupayaan untuk bertutur secara menyeluruh dan tidak boleh dibaik pulih

  4. akan mnjadi pekak

  5. akan buta matanya

  6. memori akan ilang dan lama kelamaan akan ilang ingatan

  7. tidak dpt bergerak langsung

  8. kematian akan berlaku

What is Devic's Syndrome?

Devic's syndrome is a rare autoimmune central nervous system disorder characterized by transverse myelitis (in which the fatty, protective covering of the spinal cord breaks down) and optic neuritis (in which inflammation of the optic nerve causes loss of vision and eye pain).]. It is considered a special form of multiple sclerosis (MS) with a severe and rapid course. The disorder affects the optic nerve and the nerves in the spinal cord. In Devic's syndrome, the fatty sheath that protects these nerves is lost. Individuals may experience vision impairment and various degrees of paralysis, as well as incontinence. The disorder is closely linked with MS and lupus, but usually appears before any symptoms of MS are noted. If an isolated disease episode affecting the spinal cord and optic nerve occurs after an infection or common cold, it is considered a post-infectious acute demyelinated encephalomyelitis (ADE) rather than Devic's syndrome.

Is there any treatment?

There is currently no standard treatment for Devic's syndrome. Generally, treatment is symptomatic and supportive. Corticosteroids may be prescribed. Treatment for ADE may include corticosteroids, intravenous immunoglobulin, and intravenous methylprednisolone

What is the prognosis?

Devic's syndrome is fatal in many patients. Some ADE patients achieve complete or nearly complete recovery while others may have residual deficits. Some severe cases of ADE may be fatal.

What research is being done?

The NINDS supports an extensive research program of basic studies to increase understanding of how the nervous system works. A major goal of this research is to develop methods for repairing damaged nerves and restoring full use and strength to injured areas.


  • back pain & pain around the trunk of the body-like a tight belt
  • tingling, numbness, burning, prickly sensations in limbs
  • weak leg mobility to varying degrees-including possible paralysis
  • weakness in the arms-like a heaviness leading to la ck of coordination
  • notably lowered sensory abilities in extremities (to various hot/cold temperatures & pain levels as tested by pinpricks)
  • lack of control over bladder and bowel movements

Causes of Transverse Myelopathy and Myelitis

Transverse myelitis may occur in isolation or in the setting of another illness. When it occurs without apparent underlying cause, it is referred to as idiopathic. Idiopathic transverse myelitis is assumed to be a result of abnormal activation of the immune system against the spinal cord. A list of illnesses associated with TM includes:

Table: Diseases Associated with Transverse Myelitis

Parainfectious (occurring at the time of and in association with an acute infection or an episode of infection).

Viral: herpes simplex, herpes zoster, cytomegalovirus, Epstein-Barr virus, enteroviruses (poliomyelitis, Coxsackie virus, echovirus), human T-cell, leukemia virus, human immunodeficiency virus, influenza, rabies

Bacterial: Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Lyme borreliosis, syphilis, tuberculosis

Postvaccinal (rabies, cowpox)

Systemic autoimmune disease

Systemic lupus erythematosis

Sjogren's syndrome


Multiple Sclerosis

Paraneoplastic syndrome


Thrombosis of spinal arteries

Vasculitis secondary to heroin abuse

Spinal arterio-venous malformation

Spinal Cord Diseases

The spinal cord can be damaged in many ways, producing various symptoms, depending on the location, or level, of spinal cord damage. The spinal cord can be cut in an accident, compressed, destroyed by infection, damaged when its blood supply is cut off, or affected by diseases (such as spinal cord cysts, cervical spondylosis, or multiple sclerosis) that alter its nerve function.