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What is amnesia?

Amnesia is a disorder of a person’s memory, manifested in the form of a pathological loss of memories of the circumstances of life. Amnestic syndrome remains a common complication of neurological diseases, mental disorders, chronic intoxication, or acute poisoning. Childhood amnesia is common. Most people cannot tell about the events of the first three years…

description of myopathy

What is Myopathy? Myopathy is a disease that occurs due to a disturbance in the metabolism and structure of muscle tissue, as a result of which a decrease in the strength of the affected muscles appears and a limitation of motor activity. Myopathies belong to the group of neuromuscular diseases, characterized by dystrophic lesions of…

what is myopathy

It is a group of neuromuscular diseases that lead to gradual muscle atrophy and degeneration. Mostly these are progressive hereditary pathologies. Genetically unrelated muscle atrophy is also possible if a person, for one reason or another (usually due to injury or disease that restricts mobility), cannot have normal, daily physical activity. Muscular dystrophy or myopathy…

amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a disease characterized by damage and death of cells in the brain, spinal cord responsible for muscle movement. As a result, muscle weakness and paralysis (lack of movement) develop. The manifestations of the disease are gradually increasing. Patients lose the ability to move independently, the activity of muscles, which are necessary…

numbness

A variety of reasons can cause frequent numbness in the arms and legs. Typically, the characteristic burning sensation appears in people who lead a sedentary lifestyle. The constant pressure on the nerves and blood vessels in the legs causes the appearance of “ants”, which disappear when you change position. However, numbness in the limbs can…

What is functional gait disorder

Functional gait disorders involve the presence of movements or positions of parts of the body due to the malfunctioning of the nervous system (not associated with organic damage to the nervous system). Various types of gait disorders are a type of functional disorders. The most common types of functional gait disorders are: Dragging gait (functional…

What’s Causing Hand Pain

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition where compression occurs in the carpal tunnel of the median nerve. It can be provoked by compression or injury. The concept of tunnel syndrome is not universal for the wrist area; this condition can also manifest itself in other anatomical areas, where the nerves run rather superficially and close…

What is Alzheimer`s Disease

Getting to the Alzheimer’s definition, in general, it is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly kills memory and thinking ability and, eventually, the capacity to perform the simplest household tasks. Usually, the first manifestation some in the mid-60s in most people with the disease. By the way, to let you understand the Alzheimer’s definition…

what are peripheral neuropathies

Peripheral neuropathies are a pathology of the nervous system that occurs against the background of damage to peripheral nerves due to compression or injury and is not inflammatory. When several nerves located in the same area are affected, the term “polyneuropathy” is used. Up to 15% of the adult population suffers from various manifestations of…

parkinsonism

Parkinsonism is a neurological syndrome characterized by rigidity (a sharp increase in muscle tone), hypokinesia (slowness of movement), and tremors of rest, expressed in the limbs’ tremors. This syndrome is formed as a result of damage to certain structures of the brain and slowly progresses. The most famous and common form of parkinsonism is Parkinson’s…

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