An acute and infectious disease caused by the toxin produced by a kind of bacteria that enters the body through cuts or wounds also called lockjaw. In tetanus, the muscles of the body, particularly th
Narcolepsy is the second one main purpose of immoderate daytime sleepiness (after obstructive sleep apnea). Chronic sleepiness and sleep attacks are the hallmarks of this situation. The sleepiness has
Craniosynostosis is a rare but chronic condition, which affects the normal development of baby’s brain and skull. Craniosynostosis disorder affects the normal growth process, which involves bone displ
Ataxia is a medical condition which results in the lack of muscle coordination that usually affects voluntary movements such as walking, eye movements, speech, and the patient’s ability to swallow.
Sciatica is the name given to pain that occurs along the sciatic nerve and spread down to one or both legs from the lower back.
Cubital tunnel syndrome is a nerve disorder that leads to continual pressure or stretching of the ulnar nerve. The ulnar nerve supplies feeling to the little finger and ring finger and controls small
Alzheimer is a mental disorder that destroys brain cells, causes memory loss and reduces the brain’s ability to perform normal mental functions.
Bulimia Nervosa is a severe mental disorder, related to the attempt of overeating beyond one’s capacity followed by the panic of avoiding gaining weight.
Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder which is caused by the brains’ inability to regulate sleep cycles. At various times during the day, the patient can fall asleep at any time for anything f
A brain aneurysm is an abnormal bulging or protruding of one of the arteries inside the brain. It is a medical condition that is characterized by abnormal widening or ballooning of a blood vessel in t
Epilepsy refers to a set of neurological disorders that are commonly manifested through seizures. It is the result of a disruption in the normal cell-to-cell communication process of the central nervo
The term 'dystonia' refers to a condition wherein the muscles of various parts of the body are subjected to involuntary contraction.
Cerebral palsy or brain paralysis is the group of disorders which affect the movements, balance, and posture. This condition may be caused by congenital or acquired reasons. In certain cases, the caus
Brachial plexus neuropathy syndrome, also termed as brachial plexopathy, is a nerve disorder in the brachial plexus, a bundle of nerves from the spinal cord that separates in to individual shoulder an
Brain haemorrhage is a type of stroke wherein damage induced to the artery results in localized bleeding in the brain, and destroys the tissues and cells in the vicinity.
Parkinson's disease is a motor system disorder that affects the motor skills of an affected person. This condition has an adverse impact on the central nervous system of the person.
Dementia is a broad term which describes symptoms affecting memory, thinking ability that creates hindrance in performing daily activities. Two important brain functions are badly hit namely- memory a
Periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) is a form of brain damage that affects the white matter of brain, resulting in the cells in the white matter of brain either decaying or dying.
Kluver-Bucy syndrome is a very rare cerebral neurological disorder associated with damage to both temporal lobes resulting in abnormalities in memory, social and sexual functioning and idiosyncratic b
Hepatic encephalopathy is a brain disorder caused due to a complication in the liver. The term hepatic stands for "of the liver" and encephalopathy stands for "brain disorder".
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