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The toes touch the ground before the heel does quetiapine 100 mg with visa, which causes the person to trip or lose balance discount quetiapine 200 mg visa. Hamstring—Three muscles on the posterior aspect of the thigh that flex, adduct (pull in), and extend the thigh. Helper T cell—A type of white blood cell that enhances the pro- duction of antibody-forming cells from B lymphocytes. Hot bath test—A test occasionally used to induce MS symptoms by placing a person in a tub of hot water. Immune defect—The general term describing a variety of mal- functions of the immune system, in which it either does not respond to a foreign substance by destroying or neutralizing it, or in which the immune system erroneously destroys normal structures of the body. Multiple sclerosis may be the result of such a defect, with myelin the specific substance attacked. Immune response—The reaction of the body to substances that are foreign or are interpreted as being foreign. Immune system—Consists of a number of different organs in the human body (lymph nodes, bone marrow, thymus, and so forth) that produce certain types of white blood cells and antibodies that have the ability to destroy or neutralize various germs, substances, poisons, and other harmful substances. Immunosuppressant drug—A medication used to decrease the level of function of the immune system. Incidence—The number of newly occurring cases per unit of time and unit of population. Incoordination—The inability to produce a harmonious, rhythmic muscular action that is not the result of weakness. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO)—An abnormality of eye movement caused by demyelination between the nerve cells that control the eye muscles; this finding is common in MS. Klenzak brace—A brace made with metal supports connected to a shoe to prevent foot drop.
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