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Paralysis and relaxation

The word falij, [which means paralysis], is sometimes used in the general sense, and sometimes in the particular, definite sense. Falidge in the general sense means the same as relaxation in any organ, and in the private sense - relaxation extending along one half of the body. This [relaxation] can begin from the neck, with the face and head remaining healthy, or it can cover the entire half [of the body] from head to foot. In the language of the Arabs, the fallage leads to just such a meaning, because in their language the word fallage means splitting and halving. When we take the word paralysis in the sense of relaxation in general, it can either be common to both halves of the body, except for the organs of the head — if it captured them, it would be sakta — or refer, for example, to one finger.

As you know, the loss of sensation and movement comes from the fact that the sensing and moving pneuma is either locked and cannot [penetrate] the organs, or it penetrates, but the organs do not experience its effects due to the disorder of nature. With a disorder of nature, it is either hot, or cold, or wet, or dry. It seems that the hot [nature] does not interfere with the effects of sensation until it reaches extreme [warmth], as is seen in people suffering from thinness and dryness, because in spite of their overheating, their movements and sensations do not stop. Closely to this is the judgment of dry [nature]. In contrast, the nature, in most cases preventing sensation and movement, is cold and wet [nature]. This is by no means unbelievable, because cold is something opposite to pneuma and it causes numbness in it, and humidity; apparently predisposes organs to lethargy. [So], the reasons for the loss of movement include cold and humidity without matter, but this can be easily corrected by warming. Apparently, such a [loss] does not cover most of the body or one half of it, and if it is inevitable, then it takes place in any one organ.

Apparently, paralysis and relaxation most often occur due to the retention of the pneuma, and the reason for its retention is blockage or separation of the pores and passages leading to the organs due to the incision. And blockages can be formed either due to pore compression, or from the accumulation of clogging juice, or from a [disease] that combines both of these circumstances, that is, from a tumor. So, the reason for the relaxation and paralysis resulting from the termination of [access] of the pneuma to the organs is the compression of pores, or overflow, or in a tumor, or in the decay of one. A compression of the pores arises either from the outer bandage, which can be removed, and then the relaxation and loss of sensation and movement are random and stop when the bandage is untied, or from strong compression, as happens with a shock or fall, or when the vertebrae break and shift to the side, to the right or to the left, and they press on the nerve that leaves them in this direction; or [they deviate] forward or backward, and then for the most part there is a stretching of the nerve, and not squeezing, for, deflecting forward or backward, the vertebrae converge in the wrong place where the nerves go: after all, the places where the nerves exit, as you know, are not on the front and not on the back [of the vertebrae]. And sometimes the pores are contracted due to the compaction of the organ substance.

As for the clogging overflow, it arises from the moist liquid juices that this body uses; [these juices] pass into all nerve cavities or linger in the places where the nerves and their branches begin, and block the path of the pneuma moving along them. With a tumor [nerves]; in those places where the nerves and their branches grow, a tumor forms and also clogs the passages. As for the incision affecting the nerves, the longitudinal [incision] does not harm the sensation and movement, and the transverse [incision] does not allow the [force] sensation and movement to reach the organs that exhaust it from the passages that connected [these organs] with the cut now strings [nerves].

Know that the spinal cord is similar to the brain and is also divided into two parts, although vision does not distinguish this; and how could it be otherwise, since it also grows from both halves of the brain? Therefore, it is not surprising that nature protects one of the halves and expels matter into half of the spinal cord, which is initially weaker or easier to absorb matter, or subjected to shock or push, or [that half], into which surpluses from the adjacent half of the brain rush .

It should not be surprising that a disease chooses one half [of the body] mainly before the other, for nature distinguishes between more subtle things, as you can recall from the fundamentals that we taught you in the Book first.

Know that wet matter often rushes to the limbs due to [unexpected] intensification of heat in the body or sudden [sincere] movement — fear, fear, anger, pleasure, or sadness. Know [also] that if the damage and matter causing paralysis are in any half of the ventricles of the brain, then [paralysis] covers the entire half of the body and with it half of the face, the same thing [happens] if they are in passages of any half; if they are in both halves of the ventricles of the brain and its passages, then sakta occurs. When [damage and matter] is in the place where the spinal cord begins, then the whole body is paralyzed, except for the organs of the face. Sometimes numbness occurs in the scalp if the sensation does not penetrate there, because the sensory nerve passes to the scalp from the neck, as we [have already] explained. If [damage and matter] are in any half of the initial part of the spinal cord, then [paralysis] covers all this half, except for the face, and if they are below the beginning [of the spinal cord], going deeper there, or are in one half then relaxes and the organ to which the nerves coming out [from a given place of the spinal cord] are paralyzed.

If [the cause depends] not on the spinal cord, but on the nerves, then the [organ] to which this nerve belongs is relaxed. [Damage] can be located either in the entire nerve, or in half of it, or in any part of it, and then the [organ] that was moved by this nerve, damaged due to the presence of matter, the decay of a single tumor or a tumor, relaxes.

Paralysis [sometimes] occurs, marking a crisis during kulange; Often, sensitivity is retained, because matter then resides in the motor, and not in the sensory nerves. Some ancient [doctors] say that there were years when kulange became universal and killed the majority of [patients], and those who escaped received chronic paralysis. [Apparently], nature [in these cases] seems to shake out the matter that enters the intestines and returns it to the outer [integuments], but [the matter] is too thick to leak out with sweat, gets stuck in the nerves and causes paralysis . With this [paralysis], the sensitivity in most cases remains the same as it was.

There is also paralysis that occurs as a crisis in acute diseases, when matter gets into nerves. This happens if the nature, due to [old] age or weakness [of the patient], is powerless to completely empty, and the remains of matter are preserved in the head area. Then, at the end of the [illness], there remains a headache and heaviness in the head, and then the nature drives [the matter], moving it, but not completely emptying it, and it causes paralysis and the like [diseases]. Paralysis most often occurs in winter, with severe colds, but sometimes it also occurs in spring due to movement of [juices] during overflow [of the body]. It also happens sometimes in southern countries for people who have reached fifty years of age or close to this [age], due to outflows descending from the head, since nature in the south abundantly fills the head [with matter].

The pulse of a paralysis is weak, slow, rare, but when the disease depletes the patient’s strength and [pulse is even more] weakened, it becomes frequent and [in his heartbeat] random interruptions appear.

In most cases, urine with paralysis is light, but sometimes it turns very red due to weakness of the liver, [unable to separate blood from watery moisture, or [because of] the inability of blood vessels to draw blood, or due to sometimes pain, or due to any other concomitant illness.

It also happens that half of the [body] not affected by paralysis burns as if engulfed in fire, and the other, paralyzed [half], is cold and, as it were, in the snow. The pulse in both halves is also different: in the cold half, the pulse drops to the extent required by the laws of cooling. Sometimes it comes to the fact that the eye on the diseased half becomes smaller. If the organs relaxed and paralyzed are the same color as the rest of the body, do not shrink or shrink, this gives more hope than the opposite [signs].

Sometimes sakta, epilepticus, kulange, "strangulation of the uterus" and chronic fevers after the crisis end in paralysis.

Paralysis arising from displacement of the vertebrae, in most cases, kills, and [paralysis] from the shock, which did not hit the nerve hard, is often cured; if he is very strong, then there is no hope of recovery. In the event that there is hope, one should start with bloodletting.

We have already talked about how the paralysis matter, spreading, causes sakta and vice versa.

Treatment.

In five diseases of the nerve, that is, with numbness, cramping, trembling, paralysis and twitching, it should direct [treatment] to the back of the brain.
At first, you should not rush with the use of strong drugs; on the contrary, postpone them until the fourth or until the seventh day, and if the disease is severe, then until the fourteenth day. During this period, it should be limited to light means that can soften, bring to warming and relax. At such a time, an enema will not hurt. And then, after that, empty using strong emptying agents.

As for the diet, paralysis at the beginning of the disease should be limited to two to three days, for example, barley water, or water sweetened with honey. If the strength of the [patient] can withstand it, then [this should be done] until the fourteenth day, and if they can’t stand it, feed them with light poultry meat. Try to keep the patient starving and then feed him with dry [quality] food; he must be thirsty for a long time. It’s useful for [paralysis] to bite large pine nuts with the nucleoli, as they have a special [healing] property. Know that water is better for them than wine, for wine carries juices to the nerves. Wine [drunk] in large quantities sometimes turns sour in the body of patients and turns into vinegar, and vinegar is the most harmful thing for nerves.

[Diseases of the nerves] arising as a result of mixing or squeezing are treated with the means that we mention in the paragraphs on the reduction and squeezing of [nerves].

If [paralysis] arose from a fall or shock, then treatment is difficult. In any case, during treatment, they look to see if a “nerve reduction” or a tumor occurred from this, or if there was an involvement of matter, and each [disease] is treated in an appropriate way. When treating such a [damage], in whatever organ it occurs, the medicine should be applied to the site of the impact and to the place where the nerve goes to the paralyzed organ, and the application of the medicine to the [most] paralyzed organ does not bring any significant good. [Apply the medicine] to the place where the nerves grow, it does not matter whether you want to eliminate the tumor with the medicine or cause relaxation, or warm and change the nature.

Sometimes it becomes necessary to place cans near a bruised and swollen organ when [the tumor] began to dissolve; [this is done] to draw blood somewhere to the side or to the surface of the body.

If the disease is true paralysis arising from nerve relaxation, then after general measures, emptying from matter should be carried out using those [means] that we mentioned, prescribed and determined for emptying from liquid juices, and apply them as [as said] without increasing or decreasing [quantity].

The best emptying agents [for paralysis] are furbiyun pills, bimaristani pills, bedbug pills, “smelly pills” and Hermes ’araj. It is also useful to induce vomiting using white hellebore alone or squeezed radish juice, into which [force] [hellebore] has passed, as well as [using] other vomiting agents. Sometimes [treatment] is gradually strengthened, and [at first] they give to drink a teryak, one danak each, then gradually increase its amount, but do not give more than one dirham. Teriyak is often mixed with peeled sesame seeds and sugar. [Patient] is also given sagapen on its own, opopanax on its own and a beaver stream on its own with honey wine; each time they give about one bakilla to drink, it is very useful for such patients. It is necessary to give them strong enemas and introduce strong candles to pull matter down; they should also rub strong oils into their spine. Rubbing hot oils and medicinal dressings that cause redness, which have already been mentioned many times, help such patients, especially if sensitivity is lost. Rhizome rhizome - one of the good medicines that cause redness; they are rubbed, rubbing [the medicine] deep into.

It is also useful to put the jars on the ends of the muscles, without an incision, but [without fail] after emptying; they benefit by warming the muscles. Sometimes, [however], you have to make a small incision. Banks should be with a narrow neck; they must be applied with strong fire so that they are firmly and firmly sucked in and quickly torn off. Using cans, they should be placed in many places, if relaxation is very significant and scattered [throughout the body], if it is not very scattered, then [banks] are concentrated in one place. Then, a sift, pine resin or hot medicinal dressings causing redness, for example, a medicinal dressing made from chaff flour and killer whale with honey, are placed on the [sore] spot. A mustard dressing is also useful for such patients; as soon as it weakens, it should be renewed until the [diseased] organ becomes red and covered with blisters.

From paralysis, a medicinal bandage from broadleaf bugs helps a lot - it in many cases eliminates the need for tapsia and mustard; a bandage made of zift, especially with soda and sulfur, and rubbing with olive oil with soda, sulfuric waters, sea water, as well as cutting watering, are useful.

If the sensitivity of the [organ] is weak, then a strong medicinal dressing sometimes peels [the skin], but the [patient] does not feel it, and the dressing causes damage and severe ulceration. This should beware, and you must monitor the effect of the dressing: if the [sore spot] turns red and swollen, but the redness and swelling do not pass under the skin and diverge with light pressure with your fingers, and this place turns white, then the effect of the [drug dressing] did not go under skin. If the redness is stable and the fever is clearly felt, then refrain [repeat] applying the dressing. This is defined as follows: increase the [time of stay] dressings and keep track of how things are; if you want to stop [holding] the dressing, then stop, and if you want to repeat it [application] - repeat.

Know that blowing kachim and similar [drugs] into the nose is very useful for such patients, because it cleanses the brain and removes the juices that cause the disease from the sick side. [Drink] a little old wine is very good for all kinds of nerve diseases, but in large quantities it is most harmful for nerves.

[For paralysis, it’s good] to use aira jam, and also gradually [accustom] the sick to drink iyaraja mixed, for example, with an equal amount of beaver stream, until they bring [dose] to six dirhams, starting with one dirham. It also helps to drink castor oil with water of [known] roots.

Some treated paralysis, giving [the patient] daily ijaraj miscal with black pepper miscal, and cured. When prescribing any of these [drugs], the patient should not be given water to keep the [medicine] longer in the stomach; sometimes it stays there all day and then exerts its effect. Often such patients are given a night to drink one miscal of pepper with a miscal of beaver stream.

For [paralysis] there is nothing better than a teryak, mithridate, shalisa and, especially, cashew. Asafoetida gum is also very useful in the form of a drink and ointment, especially if taken twice a day. Indian hazel is also an amazing [good] remedy.

When the [sick] organ turns [to recovery], it should then be exercised, bending and unbending, so that health fully returns to it.

Sometimes [the patient] benefits from a fever, and screaming and loud reading also helps him. After emptying, when they have their beneficial effect, you should take a long dry bath or bathe in water from hot springs. In the end, after emptying, when it is necessary to dissolve, it is desirable that the dissolution is carried out not only with pure emollients, but with [medicines] with a slightly astringent property. Поэтому растворять следует такими средствами, как например, анис, май'а, ситник ароматный, бобровая струя и другие подобные им горячие лекарства с вяжущим свойством.

[От паралича], возникающего после куланджа, помогает лекарство, приготовленное из осокоря и записанное в Фармакопее. Таким [больным] полезны также масла - не очень сильные, не входящие в состав сложных сочетаний, а такие, как например, масло касатика, масло нарда, масло клещевины, масло нарцисса и масло жасмина. Испытывали масло осокоря, масло нарцисса и [масло], приготовленное с камедью анакардиума аптечного, и оказалось, что все они полезны благодаря своим особым свойствам. Множество людей получило от них пользу, ибо они укрепляют, охлаждают и не допускают материю [к нервам], а когда этих же людей лечили теплом, то болезнь усиливалась. Дело в том, что жидкая материя от теплоты распространяется больше, а орган, когда охлаждается, становится от холода сильней, уменьшает объем материи и она направляется к уничтожению.

Не следует слишком усердствовать в согревании таких больных, но необходимо усиливать лекарства для них, например, ромашкой, донником лекарственным, майораном, лесной мятой и пулегиевой мятой. К этим [веществам] следует примешивать еще и другие, со слегка охлаждающим свойством, например, густосваренный сок солодкового корня, семена цикория и прочие. Если употреблять все эти средства, то они очень помогают. Что же касается [паралича], возникшего от разреза [нерва], то лечения для него нет.

[Паралич] из-за холодной натуры лечат известными согревающими средствами. Если причиной такой натуры явилось обильное питье воды, то следует назначить сухую баню.

Знай, что когда параличу сопутствует лихорадка, [лечение] паралича нужно отложить. Сиканджубин с джуланджубин - превосходное лекарство в такое время.
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