Journal of Brain Research

ISSN: 2684-4583

Open Access

Hans Liljenström

Department of Biometry and Analysis Technology, Swedish University, Uppsala, Sweden

  • Review Article   
    Resolving Issues of the Central Nervous System and Other Body Parts
    Author(s): Hans Liljenström*

    Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is a common neurological condition characterized by pain, numbness or tingling, balance issues, mobility issues, and other symptoms brought on by injury or damage to the peripheral nervous system. The transmission of signals from the Central Nervous System to other parts of the body can be disrupted, distorted, or interrupted as a result of this damage, resulting in clinical symptoms. Muscle weakness, twitching under the skin, and muscle shrinkage are all signs of motor nerve damage. Tactile nerve harm can bring about agony and deadness. Damage to the autonomic nervous system can result in difficulty eating or swallowing, heat intolerance, or excessive sweating. There is a lack of consistent guidance for PN diagnosis and management due to the variety of symptoms and underlying causes... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2684-4583.2023.6.186

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