Seizures are symptoms of abnormal brain functions. With the exception of very young children and the elderly, the cause of the abnormal brain function is usually not identifiable. When seizures start, the physician will try to identify the cause of the seizure. This is because the most specific diagnosis as to why seizures are occurring depends on finding a cure, and the best therapy will be one specific to the etiology. If a specific diagnosis of cause cannot be made , then the epilepsy will be described according to seizure type or epileptic syndrome.
Although the disorders beneath this condition aren't completely inherited, they might have a small family inheritance. You won't locate this disorder in the healthcare books. It's a disorder of the intestines where the large intestine doesn't function adequately. This form of syndrome is a life threatening and has to be treated appropriately. The reason for the syndrome is unknown, but researchers think that disruption of the development of the fetus leads to the problems to develop.
7 / 12 damage or surgical injury. Ischemic pain caused by occlusive blood vessel illness is frequently serious and may not be diminished, even with opiates. The person with a fringe vascular infection may encounter ischemic pain only while exercising because the metabolic demands for oxygen cannot be met because of the blocked bloodstream. The ischemic torment of incomplete blood vessel impediment isn't as extreme as the sudden, excruciating pain related with finish impediment, for example, by an embolus or thrombus. The description of the pain may vary from throbbing, consuming, or prickling to a solid shooting pain.
This can be an inherited trait. It is also believed normal tension glaucoma can be caused by low blood flow to the optic nerve. Symptoms of Normal Tension Glaucoma: People with normal tension glaucoma do not have any symptoms early on. By the time they notice vision loss, much optic nerve damage has already occured. The damage is irreparable and the loss of vision cannot be undone.
Later on, lobotomies were proved to be dangerous, risky and to have too many negative consequences stopped being performed by the late 1960’s. (psychcentral.com) Lobotomies were used as treatment for several kinds of patients. Anyone who showed signs of mental illnesses or instability would be advised to have a lobotomy in order to control it. People who showed signs of depression, hyperactivity, anxiety, obsessive or compulsive disorders, schizophrenia,
There are too many triggers to list but each persons can vary depending on the stimuli as well as individual specific situations. One person can faint everytime they see blood or feel pain. Another person could faint when they have been standing for too long. V.S alone is not life threatning, it is actually very common and can be left untreated. The problem with Vasovagal Syncope is that falls and other types of injuries can occur during an episode.
Retinal detachment due to a tear in the retina typically develops when there is a sudden collapse of the vitreous, causing tugging on the retina with enough force to create a tear. Fluid inside the vitreous then finds its way through the tear and collects under the retina, peeling it away from the underlying tissues. These tissues contain a layer of blood vessels called the choroid (KOR-oid). The areas where the retina is detached lose this blood supply and stop working, so you lose vision. * In certain inflammatory conditions or other disorders, fluid also can accumulate beneath the retina without a tear or break.
[pic] Symptoms Aneurysms usually cause no symptoms unless they rupture and cause bleeding into the brain. Often, an aneurysm is found when a CT scan or MRI is performed for another reason. Symptoms occur if the aneurysm pushes on nearby structures in the brain. Symptoms depend on what structure the aneurysm pushes on, but may include, Double vision, Loss of vision, Headaches, Eye pain, Neck pain. A sudden, severe headache (often described as "the worst headache of your life") is one symptom that an aneurysm has ruptured.
Hormonal factors include a high prevalence in women, sex hormones, and estrogen. There are no preventions in this disease. However, lifestyles chances can reduce the risk factors of getting the syndrome or reduce the severity of the condition with patients who have already been diagnosed. A diet is strongly associated with inflammation that is mostly seen in many autoimmune related diseases. An experimental study shows that high sensitivity to gluten that directly related to inflammation, exercising also found to be helpful in reducing the effect.
This means that all the signs of the disease go away, but the disease is still there. Even though the disease is "hiding," the spirochetes are still in the body. Syphilis can remain latent for many years. Tertiary Syphilis If the disease still hasn't been treated at this point, it becomes known as tertiary syphilis. This means the spirochetes have spread all over the body and can affect the brain, the heart, the spinal cord, and bones.