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All diseases of the nerves

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All diseases of the nerves

  1. Nerve disease
    Diseases
  2. DISEASES OF NERVES AND MUSCLE
    DISEASES OF NERVES AND
  3. Sell ​​everything and buy everything
    Lissy Moussa. How to attract customers. It helps the carpet from the roll of toilet paper, hospitably rolled from your desk to the front door - checked! Get a manager to attract customers - your choice, that will mumble. It could be a toy, and a key chain, but at least a cup! Give the manager a task, assign bonuses. Let it work! Riki-Taki. Lure large
  4. OK'SYUMORON and all-all-all
    OK'SYUMORON and
  5. Remember everything
    Previously, orthodox nutritionists required patients to come to them for an appointment with a so-called food diary, which would describe in detail how and what they ate at least one week. The diary was written, but, as practice shows, 90 out of 100 were simply writing. At the same time, many sincerely believed that they ate only a leaf of arugula. My task is how
  6. Types of cranial nerves
    Cranial nerves (nervi craniales; a synonym for cranial nerves) are nerves extending from or entering the brain. There are 12 pairs of cranial nerves that innervate the skin, muscles, glands (lacrimal and salivary) and other organs of the head and neck, as well as a number of organs of the chest and abdominal cavity. Indicate the cranial nerves in Roman numerals in pairs I through XII, respectively.
  7. It all began like this ...
    From the speech of GS Altshuller at a press conference in front of the Leningraders engaged in TRIZ * When I was told that I had to come here and tell something interesting, I thought for a long time that you might be interested, and did not invent it. And I decided that I would start in order: I’ll tell the history of TRIZ, the current state, the possible future. I stumbled right away on the first question. What is TRIZ? This group
  8. It all starts in childhood.
    A small newborn human, if he is born without congenital pathology, is an ideal biochemically balanced organism. That is, all children are born with a normal metabolism and a small amount of fat cells. It does not depend on the weight of their parents, if this weight is not accompanied by the presence of diabetes. Obstetricians know that diabetes patients almost always
  9. Diagnostic and therapeutic nerve blockade
    Nerve blockade with local anesthetics is designed to treat acute and chronic pain, and in some cases is used to identify its mechanisms. The nerve block allows you to determine the interest of the sympathetic nervous system in the genesis of pain. The elimination of pain following a diagnostic blockade often has a favorable prognostic value for a series of subsequent therapeutic
  10. Tumors of peripheral nerves.
    Among the tumors of the peripheral nerves, neuroma (neurolemmoma), arising from Schwann cells of the nerve shells, and neurofibroma, which develops from endobromous and fibroblasts, occur most frequently. Neuroma can be localized in the cranial cavity and spinal canal, in the distal regions of the peripheral nerves. With intracranial localization, the tumor is usually located either in
  11. DAMAGE TO PERIPHERAL NERVES
    Definition Damage to peripheral nerves is called a new neurological deficit that appeared after anesthesia, which can be anatomically localized distal to the CNS. Etiology Damage to peripheral nerves and plexuses due to: direct injury, ischemia, compression; banners. Idiopathic lesions. Typical cases After operations in which for
  12. Nerve system
    Zagal characteristics of the nerve system to the central (dorsal and dorsal brain) and peripheral (peripheral nerves, stochuria and late). Behind the functions of the nerve system, they apply to the vegetative, inner nervous system of the internal organization: sudini ta vozloz, i somatic, green inner all of the different parts of the body. Cytoarchitecture of neurocytes was filled with an analogous ti, just like the lower ridge:
  13. Peripheral nerve injury
    Wayne E. Wingfield, DVM, MS 1. What is the most common cause of animal neuropathy? Trauma is the most common cause of peripheral, cranial and spinal nerve neuropathy in animals. 2. What are the causes of nerve damage? · Gunshot wounds. · Fractures. · Compression. · Stretching (see below: brachial plexus). · Mechanical shocks. · Iatrogenic causes:
  14. Body and everything else
    Why do we need a doctor? We have agreed with the President of the Academy of Magic Health, our Magic Doctor Hasey, that she will now explain to us how a person works. Rather, we will simply define the terminology in order not to be confused in the future and to understand each other well. We are interested in the following area of ​​medicine: the bodily sphere and not the bodily, brains and mind, feelings and emotions. So, despite
  15. Intercostal nerve blockade
    Anatomy. Twelve pairs of the thoracic nerves after exiting the intervertebral foramen and the recoil of the two branches (the connecting - to the border stem and the back - to the skin and the back muscles) go to the furrow. 37. Anatomy of the intercostal nerve. 1 — sympathetic chain; 2 — place of anesthetic administration with paravertebral anesthesin; 3 —white connecting branch; 4 — gray connecting branch;
  16. INJURIES TO PERIPHERAL NERVES
    There are industrial injuries of the peripheral nerves, domestic and wartime injuries. The nerves of the upper extremities — the radial, ulnar, and median, are more often affected; less commonly, the nerves of the lower extremities are sciatic and peroneal, which is caused by the anatomical relationship with the surrounding tissues. There are closed and open damage. Closed peripheral nerve injury
  17. Defeat of the sixth pair of cranial nerves
    The defeat of the sixth pair of cranial nerves is clinically characterized by the appearance of convergent strabismus. A characteristic complaint of patients is the doubling of the image, which is located in a horizontal plane. Often joins alternating Gübler syndrome with the development of hemiplegia on the side opposite to the lesion. The most frequent simultaneous lesion of III, IV and VI pairs of cranial
  18. For whom is all this done?
    size = 3 face = "Times New Roman"> What is "I"? We have described the desires of the Eid, the satisfaction of which gives the individual pleasure. We have explained how the Superego guides the actions of the Ego and punishes the individual for his sins. We considered how the Ego, sandwiched between these two forces, should lead "us" among the dangers of the outside world. For whom does everyone work?
  19. TaschenGuide - everything you need to know
    For all who have little time and who want to know the essence of the matter. For beginners and professionals who want to quickly refresh their knowledge. You will save time and will be able to effectively apply this knowledge in practice. The authors present each topic simply, in an accessible form. All sections are structured according to the most important issues and problems encountered in practice.
  20. Everything is new - well forgotten old
    Needless to say, long before the scientifically based conclusions of nutritionists, popular wisdom substantiated acceptable and, for the most part, reasonable combinations of food: cereal and butter, soup and cream, meat and vegetables, etc., etc. doubts and nutritional moderation promoted by “dividers”. Of course, one should, if possible, introduce more fruit into the food, and
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