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Neurology

Includes the diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis of central, as well as peripheral nervous system diseases.

Nervous system diseases are usually manifested by:
  • Motor dysfunction;
  • Mental and cognitive dysfunction;
  • Behavioral disturbances;
  • CNS damage due to vertebral pathology;
  • CNS damage due to metabolic dysfunction, etc.


Nervous system diseases are clinically characterized by:
  • Headache;
  • Cervical or lumbar pain;
  • Insomnia;
  • Dizziness;
  • Motor dysfunction (tremor, difficulty walking);
  • Memory impairment;
  • Asthenia;
  • Anxiety;
  • Depression, etc.


Common neurologic diseases:
  1. Acute and chronic vascular diseases of the brain;
  2. Dementia and other forms of memory impairment;
  3. Motor diseases (Parkinson's);
  4. Epilepsy and pseudoseizures;
  5. Demyelinating diseases of the nervous system: multiple sclerosis, acute encephalomyelitis;
  6. Acute and chronic mono and polyneuropathies due to different conditions;
  7. Pain syndromes;
  8. Muscular and neuromuscular pathologies: myasthenia gravis, progressive muscular dystrophies);
  9. Diseases of the spinal roots;
  10. Vertigo and vestibulostatic diseases;
  11. Nervous system malignancies;
  12. Metabolic encephalopathies;
  13. Viral neuroinfections;
  14. Anxiety and somatoform disorders;
  15. Nervous dysfunctional states.