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Medical professionals classify neurological illnesses as those that impact the spinal cord, brain, and body's nerves as a whole. A wide range of symptoms may be caused by structural, metabolic, or electrical abnormalities in the brain, spinal cord, or other nerves. The following list of symptoms includes a few examples of symptoms: paralysis, muscle weakness, poor coordination, loss of feeling, seizures, disorientation, pain, and altered degrees of consciousness.
Neurogenetics is the study of how heredity affects the nervous system development and works. It is based mostly on the observation of the individuals' neurological systems, even those of the same species, may not be identical, and neural features as phenotypes (i.e., manifestations, measurable or not, of an individual's genetic make-up). As its name suggests, it incorporates elements from both genetics and neurology research, concentrating on how an organism's genetic makeup influences the traits that are manifested in that creature.
The molecular underpinnings of human and animal behaviour are investigated in the field of behavioural neuroscience. Neurotransmissions in the brain and the psychological occurrences connected to biological activity are commonly investigated in this field. It is a more comprehensive, up-to-date version of physiological psychology and covers a wide range of issues, such as neuropsychology, learning and memory, motivation and emotion, and sensory processes. Genetic and molecular biological bases of behaviour are one such topic.
A stroke, also known as a brain attack, happens when a blood vessel in the brain breaks or when something stops the flow of blood to a specific area of the brain. Parts of the brain suffer harm or degeneration in either scenario. Stroke victims may experience permanent brain damage, chronic incapacity, or possibly pass away.
A specialist area of medicine known as paediatric neurology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of neurological problems in neonates (newborns), infants, children, and teenagers. The field of child neurology covers conditions that afflict people in various age ranges and affect the spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system (PNS), autonomic nervous system (ANS), muscles, and blood vessels.
The medical speciality of neurosurgery, also known as neurological surgery or brain surgery in colloquial usage, deals with the surgical treatment of illnesses affecting any part of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nervous system. Common reasons for neurosurgery are: Chronic pain, head injury, Pituitary tumors, Hydrocephalus, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Sciatica and many more.
A field of medicine known as neuropsychiatry, often known as organic psychiatry, examines the relationship between psychiatry and neurology in an effort to comprehend and assign behaviour to the combination of neurobiology and social psychological elements. While other behavioural and neurological specialities may view the mind and the brain as separate entities, neuropsychiatry views the mind as "an emergent characteristic of the brain". The modern professions of psychiatry and neurology, which traditionally shared training, were preceded by neuropsychiatry; however, both disciplines have since split and are typically practised separately.
The study of medications' effects on nervous system function and the brain pathways by which they affect behaviour is known as neuropharmacology. Behavioural and molecular neuropharmacology is its two main subfields. Neuropsychopharmacology, which includes the study of how drug dependency and addiction influence the human brain, is the main emphasis of behavioural neuropharmacology. With the ultimate goal of creating medications that improve brain function, molecular neuropharmacology examines neurons and their neurochemical connections.
Neurology is a branch of medicine that focuses on abnormalities of the nervous system, whether they are functional or pathological. Neurologists identify and manage conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Numerous conditions fall under the category of neurological disability, including epilepsy, learning difficulties, neuromuscular problems, autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD), brain tumours, and cerebral palsy, to name a few. Congenital neurological disorders are those that exist from conception.
Headaches are pains in the head or face that are frequently described as throbbing, severe, or weak pressure. The kind, intensity, location, and frequency of headaches can all vary substantially which sometimes leads to the pain experienced in the lips, eyes, or any other facial feature is referred to as facial pain. Headache has been described as the most common medical complaint known to man. There are hundreds of different types of headache and facial pain disorders, including migraine and cluster headache.
A collection of illnesses collectively referred to as "cerebrovascular disease" have an impact on the brain's blood arteries and blood flow. Blood vessel stenosis, thrombosis, embolism, and blood vessel rupture are all conditions that can cause problems with blood flow (haemorrhage). Brain tissue is impacted by inadequate blood flow, or ischemia, which can result in a stroke.