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Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory condition of the heart, nervous system, skin, and joints following a bacterial infection. Rheumatic fever usually occurs in children under the age of 18.

Nocardiosis is a bacterial infection of the soil. lung tissue soft tissues and central nervous system The brain and spinal cord are often affected. It is serious and can be fatal in people with weakened immune systems. This disease can be found all over the world. in the United States 500 to 1,000 new cases are diagnosed annually. This infection occurs more in men than in women and is more common in adults than in children.

in the cavernous sinus obstruction, also known as a sinus thrombosis Formed in the cavernous sinus Cavernous sinus is the ventricle at the bottom of the brain in the skull. It drains blood from the brain and the middle of the face back to the heart. Cranial nerves surround the sinus. These nerves are needed for eye movement and sensation in the upper and middle parts of the head and face. People of any age, gender, or race can have this condition.

A prolactinoma is a tumor of the prolactin-producing cells of the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland, or master gland, is located at the bottom of the brain and controls growth, metabolism, and reproduction. One of the many hormones secreted by the pituitary gland is prolactin. Prolactin causes a woman's breasts to secrete milk after pregnancy. Tumors in the prolactin-secreting cells of the pituitary cause too much prolactin in the bloodstream. Prolactinomas are rare and occur in 1 or 2 people out of 10,000. Most are treatable.

Pituitary nodules are growths in the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland, or master gland, is located at the base of the brain and controls growth, metabolism, .

Hypopituitarism, or underactive pituitary gland, occurs when the pituitary gland does not produce enough hormones. It is a rare medical disease. The pituitary gland located beneath the brain is called the main gland It also regulates other hormone-producing glands. These other glands are the thyroid, adrenal glands, and the genitals. Gradual or sudden impact the pituitary gland is Important for controlling water balance, blood pressure, sex, response to stress. and basic metabolism in the condition of the pituitary gland malfunctioning These hormones cannot be released.

COMPARTMENT SYNDROME Hypertension of the musculature is a painful condition caused by pressure build-up in the muscles. stiff tissue called fascia covering muscle groups These groupings are called channel of muscle group The muscle group also has nerves and blood vessels. Fascia is not stretched, so if the internal muscles are swollen. The pressure in the muscle cavity will increase. The pressure has been very high. Blood vessels can rupture and blood cannot pass through the vessels to carry oxygen to the muscles and nerves. This is a condition in which the pressure in the muscle closure is increased.

Cervical Disc Syndrome The cervical portion of the spine comprises seven joints of the spine. separated by cushions These are the supports for the head and neck. This will make the head and neck bend more. Cervical herniation refers to pain in the cervical region of the spine.

Porphyria refers to a whole group of diseases causing the body to produce excess chemicals called porphyrin. Porphyrins are chemicals that make up most of the blood. called hemoglobin containing oxygen. Excess chemicals in the blood are excreted in the urine. Porphyria affects the skin or nervous system (brain, spinal cord), or both. Acute phase porphyria primarily causes neurologic symptoms. Porphyrias cause skin symptoms. Porphyria is less common. It can affect everyone

Cubital tunnel syndrome is a syndrome that involves placing pressure on the ulnar nerve behind the elbow where the ulnar nerve is adjacent to the bone and can be painful if pressure is applied.

A ganglion is a cyst usually found on the hand or wrist.

It arises from the sciatic nerve where the brachial plexus is pressed, which is the area between the collarbone and ribs where blood passes through the arm from the neck. Symptoms depend on nerves. Depressed venous artery, most common in women 20-50 years old, less common in children under 20.

Hemorrhage in the cerebral hemorrhage between the cerebral hemispheres and the meninges. More than 10-15% of patients die before they arrive at the hospital. 40% died in one week, half died in 6 months, more than a third of the survivors had brain problems.

Caused by a narrowed or ruptured artery in the brain or high blood pressure Blood clots in the aorta will have a warning or the occurrence of symptoms of transient ischemic stroke These blood clots are formed by fatty deposits in the walls of blood vessels.

It is a tumor in the meninges. covering the surface of the brain tissue spine or spinal cord It is one of five brain tumors. Meningioma is a noncancerous tumor that presses on the brain and spinal cord.

The brain is the main organ of the central nervous system. and create nerve fibers and glial tissue and other tissues such as astrocytes and oligodendrocytes and astrocyto cancers from astrocytes. It is more common in adults but can be seen in children.

malignant neoplasms in the brain, primary 75% necrosis begins in the brain itself, secondary 25% spreads from other organs

It is a disease in which the genes in which nerve cell tissues grow abnormally. Caused as a tumor of nerve cells and skin. and abnormal bones There are two types, called NF1 and NF2, with type 1 being the most common. Every 4000 people will meet 1 person. Men and women are equally likely to be involved in tumors in the brain, eye, spine. and some types of leukemia which this disease has no cure

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