Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) are a group of connective tissue disorders that can cause a wide range of symptoms and health problems such as fragile skin, eye problems, and very mobile joints.
A way of blocking blood vessels, that involves injecting a liquid glue, or sometimes inserting small metal coils, to create an artificial blood clot that blocks the flow of blood.
Inflammation of the brain that is usually caused by an infection or an auto-immune response, in which the body’s own immune system attacks the brain.
A type of tumour that occurs in the brain and spinal cord and develops from the cells of a lining called the ependyma, which lines the inside of fluid-filled spaces within the brain and spine.
A condition or a group of conditions, which affect the brain and can cause frequent seizures and sometimes a loss of consciousness.