Neuropathology

Lecture on the meningeal syndrome, Lecture on increased intracranial pressure syndrome, Lecture on the cerebellar syndrome, Lecture examining 12 pairs of cranial nerves, Lecture on the sensory nerve.

Meningitis outline

Meningitis (also called meningitis of the spine, spinal meningitis) is an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord, usually due to the spread of infection.

Myopathy

In myasthenia gravis, the primary deficiency is a reduction in the number of Ach receptors in the posterior membrane snap due to antibodies to the Ach receptor (approximately 90%).

Peripheral neuropathy

Polyneuritis due to lack of vitamin B1 is axonal damage, common in heavy workers with overly milled rice, pregnant women or postpartum diets.

The lecture is paralyzed

Cranial tomography without contrast injection will see a convex lens-shaped increased density mass, located between the skull and the sclera.

Epilepsy pathology

Single motor local epilepsy caused by damage to the frontal lobe (motor) jerking the focal part of the body, spreading from one part to another called the Jackson arm journey.

Lecture meningitis syndrome

Meningeal syndrome combined with focal neurological symptoms requires finding physical causes in the brain by computed tomography.

Lecture of increased intracranial pressure syndrome

Extracellular oedema is oedema seen around brain tumours, intracerebral hematoma, traumatic brain injury, ischemia, encephalitis, encephalitis - meningitis, brain abscesses.

Lecture of cerebellar syndrome

Direct damage to the cerebellum or the cerebellum below the edge of the Wernicke causes the cerebral cerebellar syndrome, while the lesion is above the edge of the Wernicke.

Pathology of paralysis of 2 lower extremities

Examination of superficial sensory, comparing apical limb and root of limbs, must accurately locate lesions based on the boundary of a sensory disturbance if central damage.

Lectures on the nerve feeling

Normal human skin clearly distinguishes 5 degrees C from body temperature. During the examination, use two tubes, one with cool water and one for warm water.

Round muscle nutritional disorder

Ulcers are most common in diseases of the marrow, especially in the stage of soft paralysis, so taking care of patients with paralysis is an important issue.

Pathology of sciatica

Disc herniation is the most common cause of sciatica from root damage.

Stroke

Localized nerve dysfunction, onset suddenly, recovering within 24 hours, leaving no sequelae, due to white blood clot

Disease and Parkinson's syndrome

The cause of the cell destruction in Parkinson's disease is unknown, but it has been found that there is the creation of free radicals and thereby oxidative stress in the pale-black sickle.

Lecture examines twelve (12) pairs of cranial nerves

From the retina the visual fibres to the cross-vision, where the inner fibres cross and the outer fibres go straight, Each eyepiece travels to the anterior cerebral tubule and the outer calf.

Examination for signs of cognitive and motor disturbances

Muscle tone is a regular state of muscle contraction under the domination and regulation of reflex arcs, pyramids, extrapyramidal systems, cerebellum, vestibule.

Neural reflex examination lecture

The posture was like a spin, but the physician had to place his finger on the biceps and then tap on that finger, normally causing a folded forearm.