CEREBRAL PALSY is a group of diseases of the central nervous system, characterized by neprogressirujushhim defeat motor zones, motor pathways of the brain.
Dyslexia is a collective concept, that characterizes the specific violations of the reading process (difficulty reading, defects), in terms of sustainable recurring errors.
Proved, that the dementia always lies organic lesion of the brain. But, Unfortunately, Sometimes you cannot identify the specific cause of the dementia patient. Dementia: causes and factors of development of the main…
Glossodynia-systemic nevralgicheskoe diseases, characterized by sensory language, salivation and taste sensations. The disease is more common in women over the age of 30 years.
Hypersomnia (abnormal sleepiness) is a pathological condition, where the patient has indicated pathological drowsiness. Can develop as a complication of currents of many illnesses, often, diseases of the nervous system.
Fetal Hydrocephalus is a pathology of the brain, which is characterized by an excessive accumulation of CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) in the ventricular system of the brain as a result of a breach of its absorption (arezorbtivnaja hydrocephalus) or make…
Hemorrhagic stroke is a group of brain diseases, characterized by acute development of haemorrhages in the cranial cavity.
Hemiplegia is a complete loss of arbitrary movements in the arm and leg on one side of the body. In some cases there is a paralysis of the facial muscles and tongue.
Vestibular nejronit – inflammatory defeat vestibular ganglion neurons VIII pair cerepnah nerves (vestibulocochlear nerve), occurs without attacks and violations of auditory function.
Autonomic dysfunction (disorder of the autonomic nervous system) is a complex of clinical manifestations of functional disorders of the vegetative nervous system Division, entailing violations of internal organs.