Neurosurgery

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One of the first descriptions of the anomaly in question was given by the German scientist Rudolf Virchow in 1857.The main feature of platybazia is the more flat base of the skull: the angle between the anterior cranial fossa and the slope exce...

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The so-called edema of the brain has a neurological nature, it appears due to an overabundance in the ventricular sector of the brain of a special fluid. This disease is inherent in newborns - however, among adults it is also found. ...

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Stroke is cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction or subarachnoid hemorrhage, which results in an acute impairment of the blood circulation of the brain. Stroke has a variety of species, differing in clinical manifestations and etiopathoge...

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Neuritis is characterized not only by inflammatory processes that are noted in one or more groups of nerves. Neuritis is associated with negative transformations occurring in the nervous tissue, nearby zones. The reaction of the body consists...

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Brain abscesses are characterized by a cluster of purulent exudate in any sector of the brain substance. The abscess is focal in nature, but it can have different degrees of development of the disease, as well as completely different manifes...

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The use of laser technologies for the removal / treatment of intervertebral hernia is not permissible in the following cases: Abnormal vertebral structure. The patient is diagnosed with a sequestered hernia. Intervertebral discs...

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This operation has a number of advantages: When a variety of side effects occur( which happens very rarely), the stimulant can be turned off at any time. The patient himself can do this: the doctor, after completing the generator settin...

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This pathology, in its essence, is an inflammation of nerve fibers, which are responsible for the work of facial muscles. This condition affects the ability of the patient to adequately express emotions: he is not able to laugh, frown, and even...

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In the course of the pathology under consideration, there is an increased division and modification of the cells from which the brain and its components are composed: nerve fibers, meninges, blood vessels. Malignant cells can also be introduced...

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Spinal cord tumors can be benign or malignant. Although benign tumors are often not life-threatening, the growth in most areas of the spine can cause many of the most serious problems. Depending on the type of flow and location of the tum...

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