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Diseases of the nervous system (neurology)

Motor neuropathy

Among the risk factors for motor neuropathy, experts refer to disorders of the immune system with activation of autoimmune reactions, loss of the myelin sheaths of nerve fibers and axons of motoneurons.

Problems with sleep: causes, symptoms

Sleep is an important element of human life. And although we do not sleep for 16 hours a day, like a coteyki, we need no less a dream. During those 6-9 hours, which are given to sleep by the average person, the body has enough time to rest and recover for fruitful work during the day.

Treating sleep problems

So it turns out that many people do not consider sleep disturbances as something dangerous for their health and think about what to do in case of problems with sleep only when they begin to affect not only the state of health, but also the labor relations.

Peripheral Neuropathy

At the initial stage of neuropathy, the patient may not be aware of the existence of a disease: for example, peripheral neuropathy of the limbs often begins to show tickling or tingling sensations in the fingers or toes. 

Dysfunction of diencephalic, midline, stem and nonspecific brain structures

The disease can be congenital or acquired. The cause can be severe birth, complicated pregnancy, poor-quality care for a newborn, various injuries, infections.

Absenses in adults and children: typical, atypical, simple and complex

It happens that a person unconsciously at a certain moment loses consciousness - as a rule, it is more common in childhood, and is called "absence". 

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.

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