hysterical neurosis

Hysterical Neurosis

Hysterical neurosis is a manifestation of mental discomfort directly related to the pathological transfer of internal conflict to somatic soil. Motor disorders (tremor, coordination problems, aphonia, convulsions, paresis or paralysis), sensory (impaired sensitivity) and somatic disorders (disruption of internal organs), as well as hysterical seizures are characteristic. The diagnosis is established on the basis of…

hypochondriac neurosis

Hypochondriac Neurosis

Hypochondriac neurosis is a symptom complex that occurs in people with anxious and suspicious character traits and is accompanied by a pronounced and increasing concern about their health. The patient attributes to himself various diseases and pathological processes, which are usually accompanied by somatovegetative manifestations, as well as sometimes anxiety and depression. The diagnosis is…

infectious myelopathy

Infectious Myelopathy

Infectious myelopathy is a neurological disease that is expressed by disorders of a motor, conductive or sensitive nature. The clinical picture of this pathology depends on the level of spinal cord injury. In this regard, loss of sensitivity (pain, tactile), paralysis, certain disorders of the musculoskeletal system, pathological processes of the pelvic organs (violation of…

intramedullary tumors

Intramedullary Tumors

Intramedullary tumors of the spinal cord are spinal neoplasms that occur in the cerebrospinal substance. Most often these are gliomas, less often vascular tumors, extremely rarely lipomas, teratomas, dermoid, cholesteatomas, schwannomas, etc. They are manifested by pain syndrome, sensory disturbances, paresis, pelvic dysfunction. Intramedullary tumors are most accurately diagnosed according to MRI and angiography of…

stroke

Stroke

Stroke is an acute violation of cerebral circulation, leading to persistent focal brain damage. It may be ischemic or hemorrhagic in nature. Most often, stroke is manifested by sudden weakness in the extremities according to the hemitype, facial asymmetry, disorder of consciousness, speech and vision disorders, dizziness, ataxia. Stroke can be diagnosed based on a…

insomnia

Insomnia

Insomnia is a pathological condition in which the process of onset and maintenance of sleep is disrupted. Depending on one or another clinical form of insomnia, difficulties in falling asleep (presomnical form), disturbances in the sleep period (intrasomnical) and after waking up (postsomnical form) are observed; there is also a decrease in sleep efficiency, night…

imbecility

Imbecility

Imbecility is a lack of mental development that has developed in utero or in the first years of life. Denotes oligophrenia of moderate severity. Along with external signs of underdevelopment of intelligence, primitive speech, underdeveloped learning abilities (IQ — 25-50), memory problems, increased unconscious instincts (sexual promiscuity, tendency to overeating) are observed. Thinking is consistent,…

idiocy

Idiocy

Idiocy is an innate, the most severe form of mental retardation. Pathology begins to manifest itself from the first weeks of a child’s life and is expressed in a sharp lag in psychomotor development. Such patients lack speech and any other forms of mental activity, they are absolutely helpless and cannot master even the most…

stuttering

Stuttering

Stuttering is convulsive movements of the articulatory and laryngeal muscles that occur more often at the beginning of speech (less often in the middle), as a result of which the patient is forced to linger on any sound (group of sounds). These symptoms are very similar to clonic and tonic seizures. With clonic stuttering, there…