Unknown particles and structures in the blood of ALS-patients

By Dr Erik O. H. Enby, MD, Göteborg 1998.


Two cases of typical ALS symptomatology – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – are described. The diagnoses are made at the “Clinic of Neurology”, at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg. Unknown – earlier not described particles and structures occur in the blood of ALS-patients and they seem to vary in appearance and amount in phase with the look, character and intensity of the development of the symptoms.

The blood of the patients has been examined microscopically in ordinary lightfield with “Nomarski’s interference contrast method”. The documentation is made by video recording. Pictures have been digitalized from the video with clarifying diagrams added. The findings confirm Dr. Enby’s previously established wound theory and it might contribute towards explaining an aspect of the genesis to the ALS symptomatology.

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