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Examples of "meige"
Meige is best known for his work with extrapyramidal lesions. In 1902, with Eugene Feindel, he published an important work on motor disturbances, blepharospasms and tics. In contrast to Charcot, Meige asserted that disturbances of the extrapyramidal system were manifestations of pathological changes outside the pyramidal system.
Meige lymphedema, also known as Meige disease, Late-onset lymphedema, and Lymphedema hereditary type 2, is an inherited disease in which patients develop lymphedema. The onset is between the ages of 1 and 35. Other causes of primary lympoedema include Milroy's disease which occurs before the age of 1, and lymphoedema tarda which occurs after the age of 35.
Henri Meige (11 February 1866 – 29 September 1940) was a French neurologist born in Moulins-sur-Allier. He characterized Meige's syndrome in 1910.
In contrast to Milroy's disease (early onset lymphedema type 1A,) which typically has its onset of swelling and edema at birth or during early infancy, hereditary lymphedema type II, known as Meige disease, has its onset around the time of puberty. Meige disease is also an autosomal dominant disease. It has been linked to a mutations in the ‘forkhead’ family transcription factor (FOXC2) gene located on the long arm of chromosome 16 (16q24.3). About 2000 cases have been identified. A third type of hereditary lymphedema, that has an onset after the age of 35 is known as lymph-edema tarda.
Meige disease,(Hereditary lymphedema type II), has its onset around the time of puberty. It is an autosomal dominant disease. It has been linked to a mutations in the ‘forkhead’ family transcription factor (FOXC2) gene located on the long arm of chromosome 16 (16q24.3). It is the most common form of primary lymphedema, and about 2000 cases have been identified. Meige disease usually causes lymphedema of the legs, however, other areas of the body may be affected, including the arms, face and larynx. Yellow toe nails occur in some individuals.
Milroy's disease (MD) is a familial disease characterized by lymphedema, commonly in the legs, caused by congenital abnormalities in the lymphatic system. Disruption of the normal drainage of lymph leads to fluid accumulation and hypertrophy of soft tissues. It is also known as Milroy disease, Nonne-Milroy-Meige syndrome and hereditary lymphedema.
When OMD is combined with blepharospasm, it may be referred to as Meige’s Syndrome named after Henri Meige, the French neurologist who first described the symptoms in detail in 1910. The symptoms usually begin between the ages of 30 and 70 years old and appear to be more common in women than in men (2:1 ratio). The combination of upper and lower dystonia is sometimes called cranial-cervical dystonia. The incidence is about one case in 20,000 people.
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Ethnic violence waned, according to the Kyrgyz government, by 15 June 2010 and Kyrgyz president Roza Otunbayeva held a news conference that day and declared that there was no need for Russia to send in troops to quell the violence. There were at least 170 people left dead by 15 June 2010 but Pascale Meige Wagner of the International Committee of the Red Cross said the [official] death toll was an underestimate. The UN High Commissioner told reporters in Geneva that evidence suggested that the violence seemed to have been staged up.
Yūsuke is a young, orphaned, high school student who was late for class one day. While on his way to school, a girl falls from the sky and lands on his lap. Rouge, the mysterious girl who fell from the sky, suffers from amnesia and remembers nothing except her name. Yūsuke offers her a place to stay until she recovers her memory. After spending many days of playing, shopping, and eventually, falling in love, Yūsuke suddenly encounters two women, Kaige and Meige, who claims to be Rouge's royal sisters and has revealed that Rouge is the oldest daughter of the Underworld's royal family. Now, Rouge and Yūsuke are threatened with separation not only by Rouge's sisters who want to take her back home, but also by enemies of the royal family who wish to capture Rouge.