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목차Infectious Diseases of the Nervous System
Diseases of special sense: eye and ear infections enter the eye and ear, causing acute and sometimes permanent damage
Brain Injury damage to the brain during fetal life or at birth can result in cerebral palsy, which is manifested by various forms of muscular abnormalities.
Stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) cerebrovascular accidents(CVA), cerebral hemorrhage, and blood clots damage depend on the site and extent of the brain lesion.
본문내용Migraine Headache“sick headache.”A migraine is an extremely painful headache
More common in women and usually begin in the teen years or early 20s.
Specific causes have not been identified.
Last from a few hours to a few days
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
Throbbing pain on one or both sides of the head
Numbness, dizziness, or visual blurring
Prescription drugs (opioids, codeine, and mependine)
Bedrest in a dark, quiet room
Infectious Diseases of the Nervous System?virus or bacterium has an affinity for nervous system tissue.Microorganisms that enter the nervous system by various routes cause infectious diseases, such as meningitis, encephalitis, polio, tetanus, rabies, Reye’s syndrome, and shingles.
Hemorrhage can occur in the meninges, causing blood to accumulate between the brain and the skull
A severe injury to the temple can cause an artery just inside the skull to rupture.
The blood then flows between the dura mater and the skull; this is called an extradural or epidural hemorrhage.
A hemorrhage under the dura mater, a subdural hemorrhage, is from the large venous sinuses of the brain rather than an artery.
This may occur from a severe blow to the front or back of the head.
The surface membrane of the brain may be torn by a skull fracture, causing a subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Brain tumorstumors of the brain, both malignant and benign, strangle nerve fibers and obstruct bloodflow.