senile asthenia syndrome

Senile Asthenia Syndrome

Senile asthenia syndrome is an age–related pathology characterized by a decrease in physical and functional activity, a deficiency of adaptive and restorative capabilities of the patient. Typical clinical manifestations include malnutrition and muscle mass, a tendency to falls, decreased motor activity, cognitive disorders of varying severity. In the diagnosis, a leading role is assigned to…

jet lag

Jet Lag

Jet lag is a disorder of circadian rhythms caused by the adaptation of the body after a flight through several time zones. It is manifested by malaise, nocturnal insomnia, daytime hypersomnia, deterioration of the ability to concentrate attention, decreased mood, dyspeptic phenomena. Diagnosis is carried out taking into account clinical data, polysomnography and actigraphy are performed…

segawa syndrome

Segawa Syndrome

Segawa syndrome is a rare neurometabolic disease of a genetic nature caused by insufficient dopamine production in the central nervous system. The basis of the clinical symptom complex is dopa-dependent muscular dystonia, more pronounced in the lower extremities. Involuntary movements, pathological postures, hypokinesia, hyperreflexia are characteristic. Diagnosis is carried out by assessing the neurological status,…

reyes syndrome

Reye’s Syndrome

Reye’s syndrome is a rapidly progressive, life—threatening acute encephalopathy, combined with liver damage and, in the classical version, caused by taking acetylsalicylic acid against the background of a viral infectious disease. Manifests with sudden vomiting, then psychomotor agitation occurs, followed by apathy, lethargy, disorientation with the transition to a coma. It is diagnosed according to…

ramsey hunt syndrome

Ramsey Hunt Syndrome

Ramsey Hunt syndrome is a herpetic lesion of the facial cranial node with the development of ganglionitis. Clinical manifestations include general infectious symptoms, unilateral vesicular rash and pain in the auricle, paresis of the facial nerve. Hearing disorders, vestibular disorders are possible. The diagnosis is made on the basis of clinical data, the herpetic etiology…

familial dysautonomia

Familial Dysautonomia

Familial dysautonomia is a severe, genetically determined sensory-autonomic neuropathy. The symptom complex includes a combination of dysphagia, vomiting, decreased surface sensitivity, autonomic dysfunction, ataxia, insufficient secretion of lacrimal fluid. The diagnosis is helped by conducting a histamine test and DNA analysis, the exclusion of other pathology using neurosonography or MRI. The therapy is symptomatic, aimed…

vertebral artery syndrome

Vertebral Artery Syndrome

Vertebral artery syndrome is a series of disorders of a vestibular, vascular and vegetative nature arising from pathological narrowing of the vertebral artery. Most often it has a vertebrogenic etiology. It is clinically manifested by recurrent syncopal states, attacks of basilar migraine, TIA, Barre-Lieu syndrome, ophthalmic, vegetative, vestibulocochlear and vestibulo-atactic syndromes. Diagnosis is facilitated by…