The internal organs and systems of the human body are regulated by the nervous system, which is divided into central and peripheral. The first includes the brain and spinal cord, and the second includes nerves that extend from the brain and spinal cord. If a malfunction of the nervous system occurs, the internal organs also suffer. Clinical manifestations characteristic of CNS infection include increased general temperature, impaired consciousness, frequent headaches and dizziness, and nausea-vomiting syndrome.

Traumatic nervous system diseases are caused by damage to the brain or spinal cord as a result of a bruise or other mechanical factor. This may be a concussion, which is accompanied by headache, nausea and vomiting, loss or impaired consciousness. Hereditary damage to the nervous system is divided into chromosomal and genomic. Among the first diseases, Down's disease can be distinguished; among the second, a violation of the neuromuscular system. Clinical manifestations of hereditary pathologies - improper formation of the motor organs and thyroid gland, dementia, lag in physical and mental development.


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