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PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM


Disorders of the nervous system can be caused by a hereditary metabolic disorder, congenital defects in the development of the nervous system, pathogenic effects of chemical and physical factors, disorders of the general and local blood circulation, autoimmune processes, infections, neoplastic formations, malnutrition - i.e. all the factors that cause disturbances in the activity of other organs and systems. At the same time, the response of the nervous system to injuries caused by the action of these factors, as well as the mechanisms for compensating for impaired functions, in other words, the pathogenesis of diseases of the nervous system, has a number of features that are determined by the physiology and morphology of the nervous system.
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PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

  1. PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
    Depending on the localization and nature of the process, the mechanisms of dysfunction of the endocrine glands may be different. Three main pathogenetic pathways can be distinguished. 1) violation of the central mechanisms of regulation of the function of the gland; 2) pathological processes in the gland itself; and 3) peripheral (extra-iron) mechanisms of impaired activity
  2. Toolkit. Pathological physiology of the endocrine system, 2010

  3. Leonova E.V. Chanturia A.V. Wismont F. I. .. Pathological physiology of the blood system, 2009

  4. PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF THE VEGETATIVE NERVOUS SYSTEM
    Lewis Landsberg, James B. Young, Lewis Landsberg, James B. Young Functional organization of the autonomic nervous system The autonomic nervous system innervates the blood vessels, smooth muscles of the internal organs, exocrine and endocrine glands and parenchymal cells in all organ systems. Operating on a subconscious level, it quickly and continuously responds to disturbances,
  5. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE NERVO-MUSCULAR SYSTEM
    It is known that under the influence of an irritant, living cells and tissues from a state of physiological rest go into a state of activity. The greatest response among tissues to irritation is observed from the nervous and muscle tissue. The main properties of nervous and muscle tissue are excitability, arousal, conduction, refractoriness and contractility. Excitability is ability
  6. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    PHYSIOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS
  7. Physiology and hygiene of the nervous system in early and preschool age
    The human nervous system - the biological substrate of his psyche - is developing intensively throughout pre-school childhood. By the time of birth, compared with other organs and systems, it is the least developed and differentiated. The spinal cord is more complete in structure; the brain continues to grow and develop rapidly. In a newborn, the brain mass is 350-400 g, but by the year
  8. FEATURES OF CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    The human brain, for all its complexity and various activities, needs to generate only one tenth of a volt. All of which we consist of - from thoughts, desires, hopes, grief and joys, anxiety and happiness, from thousands of simultaneously proceeding processes, "works" essentially from the battery of a watch. Currently, a complex of neurosciences, including neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry and
  9. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE TOP DEPARTMENTS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
    PHYSIOLOGY OF THE TOP DEPARTMENTS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS
  10. PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY OF DIGESTION
    The main role of the digestive system is to digest the components of food (proteins, fats, carbohydrates) entering the gastrointestinal tract, absorb the resulting nutrients (nutrients), and remove some of the final metabolic products from the body. The numerous functions of the digestive system (secretory, motor, mucus-forming, etc.) are regulated by the central
  11. BRIEF INFORMATION ABOUT THE HISTORY OF PATHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGY
    In 1554, the French humanist physician J. Fernel first designated the term “pathology” as a field of medicine that studies the causes of diseases, as well as the anatomical and functional disorders in them. His work for two centuries was considered as the best textbook on pathology. In 1758, the first guide to medical general pathology, I.D., was published in the history of medicine. Gaubia in
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