Diseases of the nervous system (neurology)

Rupture of a brain aneurysm

An aneurysm is a protrusion of the wall of an artery or vein due to its thinning and loss of elasticity. This pathology in most cases is congenital. Most often, aneurysm is diagnosed in the vessels of the brain, which makes the disease potentially dangerous.

Diffuse changes in the brain in a child

Diffuse changes in the brain that affect its bioelectrical conductivity can be detected at any age. However, the causes that cause them may differ slightly.

Diffuse changes in the brain: what does it mean?

Both local and diffuse changes in the cerebral cortex significantly affect the well-being of a person, his cognitive abilities.

Cyst of the transparent septum of the brain

Among the abnormal cerebral formations of a benign nature - congenital or acquired - is also a cyst of the transparent septum of the brain.

Chronic meningitis

Chronic meningitis is an inflammatory disease that, unlike the acute form, develops gradually over several weeks (sometimes more than one month). 

Olfactory disturbance

Smell impairment is a really serious problem, because at the same time we lose the ability to determine the quality of food products, the presence of foreign substances (for example, gas) in the air.

Reactive meningitis

According to the etiology, inflammation of the soft and arachnoid membranes of the brain (leptomeninges) - meningitis - can be bacterial, viral, parasitic or fungal. Or it could be non-infectious or reactive meningitis.


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