Some other different conditions treated by the institute of neurosciences are:

  1. Brain Stroke: A damaged blood vessel or damage in the brain causes a brain stroke. The symptoms of brain stroke include headache, fatigue, numbness, problems with vision, confusion, trouble walking or talking, nausea, and loss of coordination. The main causes of a stroke are a blocked artery or an overflowing blood vessel. The types of brain strokes are ischemic stroke and haemorrhagic stroke. Stroke therapies depend on a number of factors. These include what kind of it is and how long it has been going on. The earlier after a stroke, you can seek help, the more likely you will get a better recovery.
  2. Epilepsy: Epilepsy is a neurological condition that causes frequent, unprovoked seizures. Seizures are among the main symptoms of epilepsy. A seizure is a sudden rush of electrical activity in the brain. Symptoms vary from person to person and depending on the type of seizure. Possible causes include traumatic brain injury scarring of the brain after a severe brain injury or high fever stroke, which is a leading cause of epilepsy in people aged above 35. Most individuals can treat epilepsy. Your treatment for epilepsy plan will be focused on symptom severity, fitness, and how well you are responding to therapy.
  3. Alzheimer’s Disease: A progressive form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. Studies have not found a single cause of Alzheimer’s disease, but some risk factors have been identified, including age and family history. The only reliable way to diagnose someone with Alzheimer’s disease is after death and look at their brain tissue. But your doctor may use other tests and exams to determine your mental abilities, diagnose dementia, and rule out other conditions. Alzheimer’s disease is not reliably tested.
  4. Pituitary tumor: The pituitary gland, also known as the “boss” gland, is an essential pea-sized gland for the human body’s work. A tumor-associated with it is a pituitary tumor. Symptoms of pituitary tumor include headaches and seizures. Tumors in the pituitary gland can be identified by MRI or CT scans. And tests of blood and urine will assess levels of hormones. Treatment for pituitary tumor is based on the tumour’s size and how it spreads.
  5. Brain tumor: A brain tumor is a group or mass of abnormal cells in the brain. The types of brain tumors are primary or secondary forms of brain tumors. The brain is the source of a primary brain tumor. Brain tumor signs depend on the tumour’s location and size. Several tumors cause direct damage to the brain tissue, and some tumors cause pressure on the brain surrounding them. Common symptoms of the brain tumor are headaches. A brain tumor diagnosis begins with a physical examination and a review of your medical history. Surgery is the most common treatment for brain tumors. The goal is to eliminate as much cancer as possible without affecting the healthy brain parts.

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