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Diseases of the nervous system (neurology)

Ventriculomegaly of the brain: what is it, the causes, consequences

In both hemispheres of the brain, the intermediate brain and between the cerebellum and the medulla oblongata there are four special cavities - ventriculi cerebri, which produce cerebrospinal fluid or cerebrospinal fluid. Their pathological enlargement or enlargement is defined as ventriculomegaly.

Senile dementia in women and men: signs how to avoid

Why do some old people develop such a disease and progress, while others avoid it? Is it possible to somehow help a loved one who suffers from dementia? 

The Wallenberg-Zakharchenko Syndrome

The disease was described as early as 1895 by Dr.-psychotherapist Adolf Wallenberg. Subsequently, after 16 years, another neuropathologist MA Zakharchenko supplemented the description of pathology.

Treatment of senile dementia with medicines

If there is a relationship of dementia with other painful processes in the body, then at the first stage they are directly treated.

Ischemic neuropathy of nerves: species

When it comes to ischemic neuropathy, everyone immediately remembers the pathology of the optic nerve caused by impaired circulation in one part of the eye. More precisely, even the parts of the nerve itself, which adjoins the eyeball. Intra- and retrobulbar departments are most susceptible to ischemic lesions.

Ischemic neuropathy

Our body is a unique, but incredibly complex system in which everything is interconnected. It is clear that for the smooth running of any multi-component mechanism, an organ is needed that will monitor and direct the actions of each individual component and individual links of the common system.

Stages of Alzheimer's Disease: How to manifest themselves, duration

With the approach of senile age, a person can suffer not only memorization processes, but also mental abilities, cognitive reactions.

Neuropathy of the upper limbs

The innervation of the hand is carried out by a whole system of peripheral nerves, that is, located outside the brain and spinal cord. Their diseases are not inflammatory genesis (caused by various degenerative and dystrophic processes) called neuropathy. 

Herpetic and postherpetic ganglionic

At the same time, the ICD-10 code does not have ganglionovirus: codes G50-G59 show diseases associated with the defeat of individual nerves, nerve roots and plexuses.

Cryptogenic epilepsy with seizures in adults

According to the international classification valid until last year, symptomatic or secondary, caused by defeat of brain structures, idiopathic, primary (independent, presumably hereditary disease) and cryptogenic epilepsy were isolated. 

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