What the fuck is the difference?
In any case, I was only mostly dead. Unfortunately, Miracle Max isn't around to give me a make-believe cure. Fortunately, I have good doctors.
Skip ahead to 40 seconds. And then again to a 1:10, Celebrate small victories.
Go ahead, Google AMAN. Nothing on the first 20 screens. Maybe this blog post will change that.
Just this on Wikipedia. The syndrome typically presents as a progressive flaccid symmetric paralysis with areflexia, often causing respiratory failure. Electromyographic studies and nerve conduction studies show normal motor conduction velocity and latency with decreased amplitude of compound muscle action potentials. F wave and sensory nerve action potentials are often normal in this illness. Pathologically, it is a noninflammatory axonopathy without demyelination. Antibodies attack the coating of the motor neurons without causing inflammation or loss of myelin. It does not affect sensory neurons, so sensation remains intact despite loss of movement.
I don't think it really matters what you call it, I got what I got. If anyone out there has any tricks on how to regrow nerves leave me a comment.