Brain and nerve diseases
Nerves are the sensory and motor transmitters in the human body as a whole, and perhaps the most important of these basic areas is the center located behind the spine in the human body, which contains the spinal cord. It requires speed, accuracy and experience.
Brain and nerve diseases
The nature of nerve diseases is relatively different, as they are basically an obstacle to movement or a cause of pain, numbness, and the inability to move most of the time, but! Are there types of nerves? Yes, there are many types of nerves in the human body, including:
A stroke occurs due to a sudden defect in the blood supply to the brain, often due to a sudden blockage or explosion of one of the brain arteries. The symptoms are characterized by numbness or weakness of the arm or leg, especially on one side of the body. In the brain through blood tests to determine the levels of cholesterol in the blood or through a CT scan, MRI scan or swallowing test.
Inside the brain is usually caused by a chronic increase in blood pressure, where the blood supply to the brain tissues is cut off, and if it is cut off for more than four to six minutes, the brain tissue may die and lose its function, and cerebral bleeding occurs between the brain and one of the membranes. Difficulty in writing and reading and loss of balance. Prof. Dr. Islam Al-Ajhouri diagnoses through vascular imaging and magnetic resonance imaging. Surgical intervention is performed to get rid of the blood clot or the cause of bleeding (tumor or arteriovenous malformation) to reduce the continuation of bleeding.
It is the most common type of stroke and occurs when the blood vessels that supply the brain with blood narrow and cause a severe decrease in the rate of blood flow due to blockage of the blood vessels as a result of the accumulation of fatty tissue in them or sediments that circulate in the bloodstream, and their source is the heart.
The fifth nerve is a motor sensory nerve called the trigeminal nerve. It is the most complex of the brain nerves. Its main role is to transmit sensory information from the head and face to the brain.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic condition when the nerve is exposed to pressure or irritation, and severe pain results from stroke, tumors, and neurological diseases of multiple sclerosis. Symptoms of trigeminal neuritis include bouts of severe, fiery, or tingling pain that may resemble an electric shock. Treatment is with medication, and if it does not work We will resort to surgical intervention decompression of blood vessels affecting the nerve or partial neurectomy to relieve pain.
Seventh nerve infection
The seventh nerve is the main nerve that controls facial muscles and their movement. Inflammation of the seventh nerve may lead to the inability to smile, difficulty moving the mouth, or pain or discomfort when touching the face. The diagnosis is made by conducting tests of hearing, balance, taste, and saliva secretion. Medicines and physical therapy are used, and if it does not lead to a response
It is the eighth nerve, and inflammation of the auditory nerve is called vestibular neuritis. It is a disease that occurs in the inner ear and is responsible for balancing and transmitting signals and information from the inner ear to the brain. Fluctuation in the speaking voice Feeling of tinnitus or fluid coming out of the ear and chronic ear pain The strength of the objects varies according to the stage of the disease The diagnosis is made to ensure that there is no tumor in the auditory nerve through laboratory tests or visualization procedures It usually takes several weeks and treatment is through medication And antibiotics