- Neuritis symptoms
- Neuritis reasons
- Treatment of Neuritis
- Optic neuritis
- Neuritis of a facial nerve
- Kokhleovestibulyarny neuritis (Vestibular neyronit)
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Neuritis (from other - Greek — "nerve") — an inflammatory disease of peripheral nerves at which along with pain symptoms so-called losses, i.e. loss or decrease in sensitivity, and also paralyzes and paresis come to light.
The clinical picture is caused by localization of disease process. The special form of neuritis is made by polyneurites at which many nerves are involved in disease process. Some polyneurites are caused by a neurotropic virus and usually are followed by simultaneous defeat of spinal roots (polyradiculoneuritis), quite often back and even a brain. Chronic exogenous (alcohol, botulism toxin, lead, etc.) and endogenous (diabetes, uraemia) intoxications are the most frequent reason of polyneurites. At patients extremity pains, muscular weakness, disorders of sensitivity, an atrophy and paresis of muscles, discoloration of integuments, perspiration, a chill, etc. are observed, and these changes are expressed preferential in the field of brushes and feet.
Neuritis can be caused by the most various reasons: for example, in developing of neuritis of a facial nerve an inflammation of a middle ear (otitis), infectious agents (for example, a shingles virus), catarrhal factors, injuries, etc. matter.
Treatment of Neuritis:
Therapy of a basic disease, antibiotics, anesthetics and calmatives, group B vitamins, physical therapy.