Tone - Sub-health status (Malaysia) Posted on December 30, 2012

Name: Tone                        
Sex: Male
Country: Malaysia
Age: 61
Profession: Retired teacher
Diagnosis: Sub-health status
Admission Date: February 05, 2012
Days Admitted to Hospital: 7 days

Before treatment:
The patient suffered from irritability with no incentive four years ago. He was reluctant to communicate with people, talked less, and couldn't seem to have any self-control. The disease progressed gradually. He also had mild deterioration of the memory, and a decline in social skills, which affected his work, errors began to occur frequently two years ago, so he had to take early retirement. Patient received cranial MRI examination and other tests that showed no abnormalities. The local doctor didn't give him special treatment. The patient felt his emotion were out of hand. He had difficulty with falling asleep at night, only slept 4-6 hours each night. He was fatigued in the daytime and had obvious powerlessness. The memory and response were slowed down significantly. This was accompanied by dizziness, headaches, aches of the shoulder, waist and knee joints, and the aches were more severe after exercises. He looked pale. Skin pigmentation was increased. There were two teeth missing, hypogeusia, and white hair increased. His blood pressure was unstable in the recent year. Occasionally his blood pressure reached 160/100mmHg, especially in severe insomnia, the blood pressure increased.

Admission PE:
Bp: 135/90mmHg; Hr: 79/min. Temperature: 36.5 degrees. The skin and mucosa was intact, with no yellow stain or petechia. He had gloomy complexion and cutis laxa. There was obvious brown hyper pigmentation in the neck, shoulders, back and below the bilateral ankle joints. There was no ulceration. He had normal development, nutrition and normal body type. There was mild flexion in the back and knee joints. Through auscultation, the respiratory sounds in both lungs were clear, with no signs of dry or moist rales. The heart sounds were strong; the rhythm was regular, with no murmur in the auscultation valve area. The abdomen was smooth and soft, with no masses. There was no edema in both lower limbs.

Nervous System Examination:
He showed a lack of facial expression, with a slightly poor spirit. The reaction was quite slow. The recent memory had dropped some. The memory calculation ability and orientation were normal. Both pupils were equal in size and round, the diameter was about 3.0mms. Both pupils were sensitive to light stimuli. The muscle strength and muscle tone of four limbs were normal. The tendon reflex of both upper limbs was normal. Bilateral patellar tendon reflex was slightly lowered. Bilateral Achilles tendon reflex was normal. The abdominal reflexes were not elicited. The pathological sign was negative.

Tone received treatment on April 19, 2011. He received stem cells transplantation and received medication to adjust nerves, the endocrine, and the immune network in vivo. This combined with adjusted stem cell differentiation, maturation and expressive functioning. At the same time, mobilize the patient's own reserved stem cells to perform normally. The patient also received some physical therapy.

After treatment:
The patient sleeps more regularly. The sleeping quality is good and the sleep time reached up to 7-8 hours. His emotions are more stable than before. He can communicate with others initiatively, and can enlighten others initiatively. His appetite has improved, face is ruddier than before, and the skin elasticity has improved. The hyper pigmentation in the neck, shoulders, back and below bilateral ankle joints are shallow and reduced. Black hair has increased. Reaction time is quicker than before. The patient feels clearer than before. The memory has significant improvement. The dizziness, headaches, pain in shoulders, waist and double knee joints has alleviated significantly. The activities in daily life have increased significantly. The fatigue has disappeared. The blood pressure is more stable than before and in normal range for multiple measurements.

Follow-up situation:
3 months after treatment, the patient takes oral medications regularly, insisted on physical exercise, and took part in group activity following the doctor's advice. Blood pressure 130/80mmHg. All the functions are stable. The sleep and diet are more regular. Emotions are stable.

1 year after treatment, the patient said: blood pressure 125/80mmHg, heart rate 75/ min, sleep about 8-9 hours each day, two hours of outdoor activities, including jogging, swimming, and dancing. He's re-engaged work and is doing some simple home counseling and giving some lectures. He's engaged in life and feels happy.

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