2 edition of Diseases of the nervous system resulting from accident and injury found in the catalog.
Diseases of the nervous system resulting from accident and injury
Bibliography: p. 603-615.
|Statement||by Pearce Bailey ...|
|LC Classifications||RC361 .B17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 627 p.|
|Number of Pages||627|
|LC Control Number||08002369|
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Nervous system injuries affect o people every year . It is estimated that spinal cord injuries alone aff in the United States each year . As a result of this high incidence of neurological injuries, nerve regeneration and repair is becoming a rapidly growing field dedicated to the discovery of new methods to. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the Endocrine System. The pituitary gland and hypothalamus are the “command center” of the endocrine system. Located in and near the brain, they are vulnerable and most often affected by brain injury. Trauma to the brain can disrupt normal hormone production. This can lead to several conditions, including.
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In no particular is this so manifest as it is in the tendency shown by some to attribute to some antecedent injury all of the subsequent ills which may befall an individual.
Owing to the great lack of knowledge, on the part of many physicians, of the anatomy, physiology and pathology of the nervous system, the relationship which exists between injury and nervous diseases, is but little understood. The physical disabilities that can result from stroke are varied and depend on the severity of the stroke and the affected areas of the nervous system.
Examples of possible disabilities caused by stroke include loss of motor control, muscle weakness, numbness, appetite loss, speech loss, vision loss, and pain. Types of Brain Injuries. Brain injuries can be classified into mild, moderate, and severe categories.
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), the most commonly used system for classifying TBI severity, grades a person’s level of consciousness on a scale of 3–15 based.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device Cited by: 1. The sensory symptoms of paralysis of this nerve are usually limited ta numbness and tingling of the radial side of the fore- arm and hand and of the back and outer side of the arm.
The extent of the atroi)hy depends upon the severity of the injury. The electrical reactions are the same as for the other nerves.
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Abstract. A second edition, enlarged and rewritten, of the author's Accident and injury, Includes bibliographical references (p. )Mode of access: Internet Traumatic neuroses., Nervous system, Trauma, Author: Pearce Bailey. • Hereditary disease with degeneration of cerebral cortex and basal ganglia (controls coordination; basal ganglia are paired nerve clusters in the brain).
• Causes chronic, progressive chorea (rapid, jerky, involuntary movements) and mental deterioration ending in dementia (progressive mental impairment).
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. In this disorder, your immune system attacks the myelin sheath or the cells that produce and maintain it.
This causes inflammation and injury to the sheath and ultimately to the nerve fibers that it surrounds. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).
Covers injuries of the nervous system, such as brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. Seizure syndrome, brain disorder associated with abnormal electrical impulses in neurons of brain Causes: brain injury, birth trauma, tumors, toxins (lead, carbon monoxide) or infections.
Many cases are spontaneous without a primary indentifiable cause. A sudden (acute) nervous system problem can cause many different symptoms, depending on the area of the nervous system involved. Stroke and transient ischemic attack (TIA) are common examples of acute problems.
You may experience the sudden onset of one or more symptoms, such as: Numbness, tingling, weakness. While the injury may heal, the damage to the nervous system may not. As a result, you may experience persistent pain for many years after the accident.
Accidents or injuries that affect the spine Author: Kimberly Holland. The nervous system plays a vital role for human beings and other living things to work its way every day. Our nervous system contains our brain and spinal cord (the main controllers of our body).
This is composed of two main parts: Central nervous system and the Peripheral nervous system. Our central nervous system contains the brain and spinal. Brain disorders can affect anyone.
Risk factors are different for different types of brain disorders. Traumatic brain injury is most common in children under 4 years old, young adults between 15 Author: Lauren Reed-Guy. OBJECTIVE Identify/ describe common ailments/diseases that affect the nervous system 3.
The parts of the nervous system are well protected. However there may be some injuries and diseases that affect them. 4. CONCUSSION A sudden blow on the head may cause the nervous system to temporarily lose its function. 5.Peripheral neuropathy, often shortened to neuropathy, is a general term describing disease affecting the peripheral nerves, meaning nerves beyond the brain and spinal to peripheral nerves may impair sensation, movement, gland or organ function depending on which nerves are affected; in other words, neuropathy affecting motor, sensory, or autonomic nerves result in different lty: Neurology.Nervous system diseases can result from a number of factors.
Not all diseases are fully understood yet. 'Accident and injury' -- subject(s): Etiology, Nervous System Diseases, Accidents.