Various mental disorders in children can manifest themselves as follows:
- Delayed speech development,
- motor inhibition,
- lack of interest in anything,
- disturbed sleep,
- mood swings,
- emotional instability,
- sexual disinhibition,
- significant violations of cognitive processes.
Traumatic brain injuries:
TBI is damage to the soft tissues of the head, skull, or brain.
The cause may be a car accident or a domestic injury.
Traumatic brain injuries are usually divided into closed and open.
It is possible to determine the presence of an open injury in the case when there is a message of the cranial cavity with the external environment.
If there is no message, the injury is closed.
Both mental and neurological disorders may be present in the clinic.
Neurological manifested in disorders of limb movement, speech, and consciousness defects.
Epileptic seizures may also occur.
Frequent are lesions of the cranial nerves.
Mental disorders provoke the occurrence of behavioral disorders, as well as various cognitive defects.
Cognitive impairment can manifest itself through the child’s inability to receive and process information that “comes” from the outside.
Also, the child’s ability to learn, independent decision-making is significantly reduced, logic and thinking suffer.
Such violations may be accompanied by increased aggressiveness, slow reactions to various stimuli.
There are also unfounded fears, asthenia, disorganization, rapid mood swings.
Infectious diseases of the central nervous system
There are a fairly large number of agents that can cause damage to the central nervous system.
The main one is the Coxsackie virus, herpes infection, NO. They can provoke the occurrence of meningitis, arachnoiditis, encephalitis.
The central nervous system can also be affected by HIV infection when the disease is at the last stage.
It manifests itself most often in the form of abscesses, leukoencephalopathy.