Diseases of nervous system

Diseases of central nervous affect the spinal cord or the brain. In spite of the fact that nerves lie deep under the skin with the exception of some areas, for instance, ulnar nerve, they can be rather vulnerable and can be subjected to physical damage that can entail loss of sensation, pain and conditions when muscle loses control. Apart from physical damage, nervous system disorders can be caused by medical problems and genetic and metabolic conditions (in diabetic patients, for instance).





Alzheimer’s disease

It is a form of dementia which deteriorates with its progression.

Shortage of necessary chemicals in the brain.

Bad memory, mood swings, withdrawal from society. Problems with communication and reasoning, inability to perform daily activities.

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis(ALS)

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis(ALS) - is the case when nerve cells that control voluntary muscles are attacked.

In 5-10% of cases it is inherited. Unidentified genetic causes. People from 40 to 60 years old are affected.

Stiffness of muscles, cramping, twitching, weakness of them in the arm and leg, nasal speech.


Encephalopathy - it is a general term for brain disorder.

Infections, problems with metabolism in the body, trauma, drugs, toxins, psychological changes and etc.

Slight changes of personality, problems with memory, dementia, coma, seizures, deteriorated manifestation in some cases.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy - this is a form of muscular dystrophy

Dystrophin gene that is found in X-chromosome.

Awkward walking, falls, fatigue, problems with motor skills, deformed fiber in muscles, deformities of skeleton and etc.

Meningoencephalitis sequelae

Meningoencephalitis sequelae - condition, during which the brain tissue was inflamed therefore it brought to a number of meningoencephalitis sequlae

Meningoencephalitis sequelae is caused by Meningoencephalitis that happens in childhood.

Worse motivation and alertness, bad memory, deteriorated cognitive skills, poorer performance, decreased brain volume, loss of vision and hearing and etc.

Multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis - auto-immune chronic abnormality, during which the patient’s central nervous system is attacked by its own immune system.

The exact causes are unknown. The possible causes can be genetic, environmental or can occur because of infections.

Bladder problems, bowel problems, deteriorated cognitive function, depression, emotional changes, fatigue, dizziness, vertigo, movements of head with sensations that resemble the ones caused by electric shock, numbness, pain, sexual dysfunction, muscle spasms, tremor, vision problems, changed gait, headache, speech disorders.


Neurotrauma - a disorder during which the nerve is damaged.

Caused by spinal injury or brain injury.

Deteriorated memory and thinking skills, trouble with clear communication, complications with senses, such as hearing, vision, smell, taste and touch and etc

Parkinson's disease

This is a degenerative disease of the central nervous system.

Low dopamine level. It is often revealed after 50, though it can occur in younger age. Men suffer from it more often than women.

Slight tremor in hands, stiffness, inability to move fast – bradykinesia. Movement disorder, lost of senses and smell and etc.

Pick's disease

Pick's disease - clinical syndrome, during which certain brain area is affected.

It is inherited.

Behavioral problems, unemployment, neurotic pattern of behavior, improper behavior, problems with social adaptation, hygiene and etc.

Primary and secondary neurodystrophy

Neurodystrophy - genetic disorder of muscles in the broad sense of the word.

The cause is genetic.

Awkwardness, falls, inability to perform ordinary movement and actions, weakness of muscles in the face, limbs.

Postoperative period in neurosurgery

Postoperative period in neurosurgery - condition of the patient after surgery is conducted.


Hypoxia of central nervous system, dysfunction of the respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive and excretory systems, metabolic disorders.

Spinal muscular atrophy

Spinal muscular atrophy - brings to death of neuronal cells in spinal cord.

The cause is genetic.

Muscles are weak or they are in a bad tone. Clenched fists, problems with swallowing, lower weight, tilted head to one side, deformed shape of torso and others..

Abstinence syndrome

Abstinence syndrome  - infant withdrawal that happens to an infant, that was subjected to opiates when mother was pregnant.

Exposure to opiates, sedatives, alcohol and stimulants.

Not good appetite, deteriorated muscle tone, irritability and tremor

Post-stroke condition

It is the condition after stroke when rehabilitation is needed for the patient.


Sensory problems, disturbances, paralysis, pain, impaired thinking and memory.

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