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Neurology, dealing with all diseases related to the nervous system, is a branch of science that studies the physiology of these diseases. It is a branch of science that examines the brain structure with the spinal cord and its surroundings.
Neurological Diseases
Neurological diseases are carried by genes. Medical treatment processes are planned in this area where the spinal cord, brain stem and brain muscles are examined specifically with the environmental nervous system. When we look at the historical development of neurology, it is seen that many diseases are sub-units and they have been transformed into a general structure until today.
Neurological diseases that can affect different parts of the nervous system may cause serious problems such as forgetfulness when they reach the brain region. In addition, it causes problems in the movement system and can cause problems such as contraction and fatigue. Genetically examined such diseases can affect individuals from the same family
Neurological diseases can be diagnosed in a short time and the initial process may not be recognized. The gene map of these diseases, which spread quite slyly, is extremely wide. In this sense, it can be detected in general treatment processes.
Cerebrovascular diseases, muscle diseases, epilepsy, headache, sleep problems, multiple sclerosis, dizziness, Parkinson's disease, Markinson's, Alzheimer's and inflammation of the brain and spinal cord, Neurology is among the diseases of interest.
Many applications are used in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases. Angiography, MRI and CT imaging techniques can be used to diagnose many conditions. In addition, net diagnostics can be made in laboratories where EEG tests are performed for sleep disorders.
Diseases of Neurology;
  • Headaches (migraine and tension pain, cluster pain, chronic headaches)
  • Sara or Epilepsies (small seizures or large seizures, epileptic seizures requiring surgery)
  • Stroke, stroke or cerebrovascular diseases (due to vascular occlusion, bleeding, bubble and vascular anomalies)
  • Forgetfulness (Alzheimer's and other dementia, dementia due to vitamin and hormone deficiencies, dementia of brain water pressure)
  • Muscular diseases (myasthenia gravis, myopathies)
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other inflammatory diseases of the brain
  • Brain infections (encephalitis)
  • Dizziness (vertigos)
  • Facial paralysis (facial paralysis)
  • Spinal diseases
  • Diseases of peripheral nerve involvement (neuropathies, neuropathies due to sugar or other diseases)
  • Nerve jams (carpal, tarsal, cubital and other nerve jams) and induced numbness
  • Sudden severe pain (trigeminal and glossopharyngeal, occipital neuralgia)
  • Movement disorders (Parkinson, dystonia, tremor or tremors)
  • Involuntary movements (cruises, cramps)
  • Sleep-related disorders (leap, walking, restless legs syndrome, sleep paralysis)
  • Diseases of early degeneration of nerve cells (ALS, motor neuron diseases)
  • Neck, low back pain and hernia