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Thursday, June 29, 2017 4:14 PM | Nigel Wadham Volg link
Minocycline has been used in MS without an understanding of the effects. I ponder if the issue is that the px is having mini strokes and nick name used by Neuros for MS.
If the 'true' reason for the disability increase is mini strokes then CADASIL is a very possible reason, imo.
An artery that is slowing flow to the brain due to plague formation which is occurring because of bacterial infection does join the dots, imo.
Blindness or vision problems in one eye that resolve in hours is one clue that there is a blood flow into the brain issue.
Abstract
Coronary artery disease is an inflammatory disorder characterized by narrowing of coronary arteries due to atherosclerotic plaque formation. To date, the accumulated epidemiological evidence supports an association between oral bacterial diseases and coronary artery disease, but has failed to prove a causal link between the two. Due to the recent surge in microbial identification and analyses techniques, a number of bacteria have been independently found in atherosclerotic plaque samples from coronary artery disease patients. In this study, we present meta-analysis from published studies that have independently investigated the presence of bacteria within atherosclerotic plaque samples in coronary artery disease patients. Data were collated from 63 studies covering 1791 patients spread over a decade. Our analysis confirms the presence of 23 oral commensal bacteria, either individually or in co-existence, within atherosclerotic plaques in patients undergoing carotid endarterectomy, catheter-based atherectomy, or similar procedures. Of these 23 bacteria, 5 (Campylobacter rectus, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Porphyromonas endodontalis, Prevotella intermedia, Prevotella nigrescens) are unique to coronary plaques, while the other 18 are additionally present in non-cardiac organs, and associate with over 30 non-cardiac disorders. We have cataloged the wide spectrum of proteins secreted by above atherosclerotic plaque-associated bacteria, and discuss their possible roles during microbial migration via the bloodstream. We also highlight the prevalence of specific poly-microbial communities within atherosclerotic plaques. This work provides a resource whose immediate implication is the necessity to systematically catalog landscapes of atherosclerotic plaque-associated oral commensal bacteria in human patient populations.
Linkages between oral commensal bacteria and atherosclerotic plaques in coronary artery disease patients. - PubMed - NCBI
NPJ Biofilms Microbiomes. 2016 Dec 19;2:7. doi: 10.1038/s41522-016-0009-7. eCollection 2016.