What diseases can cause lesions on the brain?

Organic brain lesions can have different natures and specific mechanisms of development.
They can be characterized by many different neurotic and psychopathic disorders.
A fairly extensive range of clinical manifestations can be explained:

  • Differences in the size of the lesion.
  • Specificity of the defect area.
  • Personal qualities of a person.

Insufficiency most often consists of changes in the function of thinking.
Naturally, the deeper the destruction, the more the insufficiency manifests itself.

The main reasons for the development of organic lesions are:

  • Brain damage during pregnancy or childbirth
  • Open and closed traumatic brain injuries
  • Meningitis, abscess, encephalitis, arachnoiditis and other infectious diseases.
  • Abuse of alcohol, drugs, nicotine.
  • Ischemic stroke, encephalopathy, hemorrhagic stroke and other vascular diseases of the brain.
  • Tumors
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease

The vast majority of cases of organic brain damage occur through the fault of the patient himself.
For example, intoxication or improper treatment of infectious diseases can provoke a lesion.

Causes of CNS lesions:

Peri-intranasal pathology
During pregnancy or childbirth, even a slight effect on the mother’s body can adversely affect the condition of the child.
For example, oxygen starvation (asphyxia), premature detachment of the placenta, as well as prolonged childbirth can lead to irreversible processes in the brain cells of the child.
A decrease in the tone of the uterus can also negatively affect
In some cases, this can lead to the death of a child aged 5 to 15 years.
If life can be saved, such children are at risk of becoming disabled at a very early age.

Almost always, the violations that were described above lead to violations of the mental sphere.
If the mental potential was initially reduced, this can lead to the formation of negative character traits.

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