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SENSITIVITY VIOLATION

Pain syndrome occurred in 87 patients (100%). Local pain in the area of ​​injury and pain symptoms accompanying spastic convulsive events were noted in 87 patients (100%); phantom pains - in 13 patients (14.9%); radicular pain - in 87 patients (100%); causalgia was observed in 17 patients (19.5%).

In addition to pain, a violation of all types of sensitivity was observed below the level of lateral blockade in 100% of cases and corresponded to segmental zones of damage to the spinal cord. Sensory impairment in partial damage to the spinal cord was slightly different from those in Brown-Secar syndrome. So, a transverse strip of skin with hyperesthesia is noted above and below the level of damage. Below the lesion there is no sensitivity on any half of the body. In neurology with Brown-Secar syndrome, a zone of normal sensitivity is described on both sides above the site of hyperesthesia. A careful analysis before intensive rehabilitation in all patients with tetraplegia and paraplegia above the zone of described hyperesthesia indicates a zone of not normal, but still increased sensitivity.
This fact can be checked by acting on the same areas of the patient and the doctor with the same intensity stimuli, such as tweaking or pulling on the hair. Particularly violently, patients react to plucked skin samples of the face. There is also an asymmetry in areas of increased sensitivity above the conduction blockade. In the future, with an intensive rehabilitation process, a comparative analysis shows that sensitivity above the lesion site is normalized.

All patients with spinal trauma noted exacerbation of hearing. They hear rustles that are normally not heard by the human ear. They are annoyed and scared by ordinary sounds, which in a healthy person do not cause any reaction. Eyes are very sensitive to bright light, often watery. This explains the excessive irritability, hysteria and inadequate behavior of patients with spinal injury. Therefore, the restoration of sensitivity and an increase in the threshold of excitability of analyzers is mandatory in an intensive rehabilitation process.
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SENSITIVITY VIOLATION

  1. Sensitivity and types of sensory impairment
    Sensitivity - the body's ability to perceive irritations emanating from the environment or from its own tissues and organs. The analyzer consists of three departments: the receptor, the conductor, and the cortical. Receptors are the terminal formations of sensitive nerve fibers that perceive changes in the body or outside it and transmit it in the form of impulses.
  2. SENSITIVITY VIOLATION
    In the clinic, it is customary to distinguish between types and types of sensitive disorders. The following types of sensory impairment exist, which are distinguished depending on a qualitative or quantitative change in sensations. Anesthesia - the complete loss of any kind of sensitivity - is due to the fact that, due to some obstacles, the pulses do not reach the corresponding cortical paths
  3. Sensitivity and its disorders
    Sensitivity - the body's ability to perceive irritations emanating from the environment or from its own tissues and organs. Teaching I.P. Pavlova on analyzers laid the foundation for a natural-science understanding of the nature and mechanisms of sensitivity. Each analyzer consists of a peripheral (receptor) department, a conductor part and a cortical department. Receptors - Special
  4. SENSITIVITY SYNDROMES AND SENSITIVITY FUNCTIONS
    Three main types of sensitivity disorders are distinguished depending on the distribution borders: peripheral - in the area of ​​nerve innervation, segmental - in the area of ​​innervation of the segment of the spinal cord, posterior (sensitive) root or intervertebral ganglion, conductor - below the level of damage to the conductors of sensitivity in the spinal cord or brain. Depending on the level of lesions
  5. Syndromes of impaired sensory and sensory functions
    Three main types of sensitivity disorders are distinguished depending on the distribution borders: peripheral - in the area of ​​nerve innervation, segmental - in the area of ​​innervation of the segment of the spinal cord, posterior (sensitive) root or intervertebral ganglion, conductor - below the level of damage to the conductors of sensitivity in the spinal cord or brain. Depending on the level of lesions
  6. SENSITIVITY STUDY
    In the study of sensitivity, they are based on the testimony of patients in response to certain stimuli. However, the study of sensitivity in children presents great difficulties, since the child cannot always clearly differentiate irritation, correctly analyze his feelings and adequately describe them. In young children, often have to be limited to research only
  7. SENSITIVITY STUDY
    In the study of sensitivity, they are based on the testimony of patients in response to certain stimuli. However, the study of sensitivity in children presents great difficulties, since the child cannot always clearly differentiate irritation, correctly analyze his feelings and adequately describe them. In young children, often have to be limited to research only
  8. RESTORE SENSITIVITY
    When reading this section, one should take into account the fact that we are talking about the possibility of restoration of sensitivity, and not about its normalization. With anatomical damage to the spinal cord, restoration of sensitivity proceeds in a certain sequence. The first to restore surface skin sensitivity. The gradually appearing foci of skin sensitivity expand and
  9. Sensitivity
    The primary perception of all stimuli in the human body is carried out by receptors - specific cells that perceive the effects of the external and changes in the internal environment of the body. Receptors-Exteroreceptors Proprioreceptors Interoreceptors General features of the three-neuronal paths of surface and deep sensitivity • The first neuron is located in the intervertebral node.
  10. PARTICULAR SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF SENSITIVITY DISORDERS
    Damage to the trunk of the peripheral nerve causes a violation of all types of sensitivity in the area of ​​its innervation, i.e., according to the peripheral mononeuric type. This is because nerve fibers pass through the nerve trunk for various types of sensitivities. The defeat of individual nerve fibers can be more or less deep, which leads to unequal violation of certain species
  11. Sensitivity
    Sensitivity is the body's ability to perceive irritation emanating from the environment or from its own organs and tissues. In physiology, the entire totality of afferent systems is united by the concept of reception. Sensitivity is a special case of reception, when afferent impulses lead to the formation of sensations. Not everything that undergoes reception is felt. For example: afferent to
  12. Polyneuritic type of sensitivity disorder
    The zone and nature of sensory impairment detected in a patient can help to resolve the issue of localization of his pathological focus. Topical diagnosis will undoubtedly become more reliable if this takes into account information about other changes in the neurological status associated with sensitivity disorders. With the defeat of various levels of the system
  13. PARTICULAR SYMPTOMATOLOGY OF SENSITIVITY DISORDERS
    Damage to the trunk of the peripheral nerve causes a violation of all types of sensitivity in the area of ​​its innervation, i.e., according to the peripheral mononeuric type. The defeat of the nerve plexus (cervical, brachial, lumbar, sacral) causes sensitive, motor and autonomic disorders in the area innervated by the nerves, combined with pain and paresthesias and relate to
  14. Hearing sensitivity
    Our auditory organ is very sensitive. With normal hearing, we are able to distinguish sounds that cause negligible (calculated in fractions of a micron) vibrations of the eardrum. The sensitivity of the auditory analyzer to sounds of different heights is not the same. The human ear is most sensitive to sounds with an oscillation frequency of 1000 to 3000. As you decrease or
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