Diseases

  • Nervous System Diseases

DEMYELINATING DISEASES

DEMYELINATING DISEASES are groups of diseases where some clinical and pathological features are found to be common. The most important…

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  • Nervous System Diseases

OTHER TYPES EPILEPSY

Psychomotor or Temporal lobe epilepsy OTHER TYPES EPILEPSY is due to a lesion of the temporal lobe or its surrounding…

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ABSENCE SEIZURE

Minor or Petit Mal Epilepsy The main feature of this epilepsy is momentary loss of consciousness sometimes with very mild…

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GRAND MAL EPILEPSY

(Major epilepsy, Tonic clonic seizure) Age: Usually after 2 years upto 20 years of age. Exciting factors 1. Pyrexia. 2.…

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  • Nervous System Diseases

EPILEPSY

DEFINITION EPILEPSY is a recurrent paroxysmal cerebral dysrhythmia with abnormal paroxysmal neuronal discharge in the brain, with or without fit.…

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СOMА

DEFINITION СOMА is a condition of complete unconsciousness from which a patient cannot be roused even by the most painful…

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MERPES ZOSTER

(Shingles) DEEINITION MERPES ZOSTER is an acute infection involving the first sensory neurone of various nerves with appearance of vesticles…

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ACUTE ANTERIOR POLIOMYELITIS

(Infantile paralysis, Heine-Medin disease) ACUTE ANTERIOR POLIOMYELITIS disease is caused by a group of related viruses (Picorna viruses) which have…

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VIRAL MENINGITIS

(Benign Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis) AETIOLOGY Meningeal involvement with inflammation may develop in cases of acute lymphocytic choriomeningitis, mumps, glandular fever, poliomyelitis,…

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TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS

AETIOLOGY 1. As a part and parcel of miliary tuberculosis. 2. Haematogenous spread from a tuberculous focus from the lungs,…

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