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Neurological Conditions : Health & Medical
When damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system occurs, there is often a loss of sensation or a loss of motor function in certain parts of the body. This damage and subsequent reaction is known as peripheral neuropathy. There are multiple causes of this condition, including many diseases and
You don't to live with daily diabetic nerve pain that is so intense. Your nutrition, food and drinks can help to control diabetic nerve pain you feel. Living with diabetic nerve pain means learning to control the condition with healthy choices you make for your body. These choices should be made on
Neurocysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease of the central nervous system.
Bacteria are one-celled microorganisms that can be found everywhere. They exist in the air, soil and water and can be found on plants, animals and humans. Not all bacteria are harmful. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, only about 1 percent of the different types of bacteria cause disease. Disin
Researchers found patients were more likely to be informed only after their disease had advanced
Seizures are triggered by abnormal activity in the brain, and metabolism can play a big role. Your body's metabolism regulates the various chemical processes that take place throughout major organ systems. If a metabolic disorder is present, there's a very good chance that it could be worsening or p
Peripheral neuropathy is an umbrella term used to describe damage to the nerves of the peripheral nervous system caused by nerve diseases or by side effects of systemic illnesses. Neuropathy can cause pain and numbness in the hands and feet, and there is not yet a full cure, only treatments for the
Focused ultrasound disruption of the blood-brain barrier is emerging as a promising noninvasive strategy for enhanced delivery of a wide range of therapeutic agents to the brains of cancer patients.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.4 million people sustain traumatic brain injuries every year. Of those, 50,000 die and 1.1 million are treated and released from the hospital. For many of these people, cognitive therapy can help restore brain functioning. In cases where
Given the controversies in many aspects of the treatment of intracerebral hemorrhage, telemedicine can provide a valuable service in delivering acute stroke expertise to hospitals in rural areas.