Neurology is a special branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of organic disease affecting the central or peripheral nervous system. Organic structures related to the field of neuroscience is – on one hand – the brain, spinal cord (central nervous system is), surrounding structures and blood vessels that feed them – on the other hand – cranial nerves, nerve roots and spinal ganglia , peripheral nerves after they exit the spinal canal, including links with skeletal muscle (representing the peripheral nervous system). The term “Neurology” was introduced by the English anatomist Thomas Willis.
Cerebral palsy, chronic disorder of posture and movement
Cerebral palsy is a chronic disorder of posture and movement caused by central nervous system damage. Cerebral palsy consists of involu
Multiple sclerosis is a central nervous system disorder that affects the brain, spinal cord and its nerves and muscles that support the spine. Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory disease where...
Migraine is a neurological disease organic. A migraine occurs when physiological factors cause vasodilation in the cranial blood vessels, a process which takes place after the release of serotonin.