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Hydromyelia

Hydromyelia is an expansion of the central canal of the spinal cord caused by various disorders of cerebrospinal fluid dynamics. The condition becomes a consequence of congenital anomalies of the craniocervical junction, back injuries, diseases of the spine or spinal cord. Pathology is manifested by pain syndrome, sensitivity disorders, motor dysfunction. Diagnosis of the disease…

Herpes Simplex Encephalitis

Herpes simplex encephalitis is a diffuse or focal lesion of the medulla caused by herpesviruses HSV-1, HSV-2, Varicella Zoster. The main symptoms of the disease: febrile fever, progressive depression of consciousness, convulsive seizures. At the end of the acute period of infection, residual neurological disorders persist for a long time. To establish a diagnosis, it…

Germinoma of the Brain

Germinoma of the brain is a dysontogenetic tumor of a more often malignant nature, localized in the deep structures of the brain. Germinoma of the brain can manifest itself as a combination of clinical signs of hydrocephalus with visual impairment, disorders of the psycho-emotional sphere and / or various neuroendocrine syndromes. Brain germinoma is diagnosed…

Generalized Epilepsy

Generalized epilepsy is a clinical concept that unites all forms of epilepsy, which are based on primary generalized epilepsy: absences, generalized myoclonic and tonic-clonic paroxysms. In most cases, it is idiopathic in nature. The basis of the diagnosis is the analysis of clinical data and EEG results. Additionally, an MRI or CT scan of the…

Hemorrhagic Stroke

Hemorrhagic stroke is a spontaneous (non—traumatic) hemorrhage in the cranial cavity. The term “hemorrhagic stroke” is used, as a rule, to refer to intracerebral hemorrhage that occurred as a result of some vascular disease of the brain: atherosclerosis, hypertension and amyloid angiopathy. The most common hemorrhagic stroke occurs against the background of high blood pressure.…

Hemifacial Spasm

Hemifacial spasm is a paroxysmal unilateral spastic contraction of facial muscles caused by various irritating effects on the central intracranial area of the facial nerve. It is diagnosed according to the peculiarities of clinical symptoms, the characteristic pattern of electromyography. The etiology is determined by magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and cerebral vessels. Conservative…

Hemiballismus

Hemiballismus is a separate type of hyperkinesis caused by the lesion of the subthalamic body of Lewis. It is characterized by typical violent high-amplitude movements covering the proximal extremities of one half of the body. It is diagnosed according to the neurological status, brain tomography, analysis of cerebrospinal fluid. Drug treatment is carried out with…

Hematomyelia

Hematomyelia (spinal cord hemorrhage) is a bleeding of various etiology with the outpouring of blood into the substance and membranes of the spinal cord. Depending on the localization, hematomyelia is manifested by sudden symptoms of damage to certain segments of the spinal cord: motor and sensory disorders, impaired pelvic organ function, radicular pain syndrome. The…

Soft Tissue Hematoma

Soft tissue hematoma is a cavity formed as a result of trauma and filled with blood or clots. Occurs when blood is poured into the tissues from a damaged vessel. It is a dense or fluctuating tumor-like formation, painful on palpation, accompanied by swelling and discoloration of the skin. With a deep location, it is…

Hemangioblastoma

Hemangioblastoma is a benign brain tumor originating in blood vessels with a predominant localization in the cerebellum. Clinical symptoms depend on its location and may include headaches, dizziness, nausea, asthenia, congestive optic nerve discs, cerebellar syndrome (ataxia, nystagmus, muscular hypotension, intentional tremor), motor and sensory disorders, disorders of the function of cranial nerves and pelvic…