Friday, April 12, 2024

Neurological

An Overview Of Transient Ischaemic Attack (Tia) 

Introduction Transient Ischaemic Attack, commonly referred to as TIA or "mini-stroke," is a condition that can cause temporary symptoms similar to those of a stroke....

What is An Acute Spinal Cord Injury?

Introduction The spinal cord is a network of nerves that connects the brain to the body's other organs. Traumatic injury is the cause of acute...

Huntington’s Disease Symptoms and Causes

Overview Huntington's ailment is a rare, inherited state of affairs in which nerve cells withinside the thoughts regularly harm down (degenerate). A person with Huntington's...

Understanding Seizures: Causes, Types, and Treatment Options

Seizures are a common neurological disorder that can have profound implications if left untreated. The onset of a seizure can range from mild to...

The Basics of Functional Neurological Disorder

Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) is a condition that significantly impacts the brain's functioning. It is thought to be a disorder at the intersection of...

Understanding the Basics: Aneurysm vs Stroke

Aneurysm vs Stroke: Which is the worst? Typical stroke examination Both aneurysms and strokes are serious, potentially fatal conditions. Because they are distinct conditions, comparing...

Pituitary Adenoma: Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Treatments

Pituitary adenomas are unusual-growth benign tumors that develop on the pituitary gland. They are usually noncancerous but can interfere with normal pituitary function and...

Cluster Headache

Overview Cluster headaches are one of the most painful types of headaches because they occur in cyclical patterns or cluster periods. A bunch migraine usually...

Causes, Treatment, and Aftercare of Craniotomy Surgery

The term "craniotomy" refers to the removal surgically of a portion of bone from the skull, exposing the brain. Specialized instruments are used to...

Neuromuscular disorders

Through specialized nerves, the brain directs the movements of skeletal (voluntary) muscles. The neuromuscular system is the system in which the nervous system and...