We provide professional support in Neurology.
Neurology is a branch of science that deals with the
diagnosis and treatment of diseases caused by the nerves and muscles
originating from the brain, spinal cord, spinal cord.
The most common neurological diseases
– Temporary and permanent paralysis due to vascular occlusion,
– Intracerebral hemorrhages that develop spontaneously or as a result of high
– Dizziness-instability and dizziness,
– Epilepsy-fainting (epilepsies),
– Numbness, burning, tingling, weakness and weakness in the hands and feet,
– Confusion, loss of consciousness-coma,
– Facial paralysis,
– Gait disorders, loss of balance, speech disorder,
– Involuntary movements, tic disorder, tremors in the head and hands and muscle
It is a disturbing sensation that is caused by stimuli revealed by various internal,
biological, chemical, external or physical factors in any part or organ of our
body and transmitted and perceived to the brain via sensory nerves. It is
an early warning system to protect the person from dangers.
Headache: It is described as a pain or discomfort that involves the whole or part of the
head. It is the most common type of pain a person can experience in their
lifetime. Headache may be an important symptom of illness, or it may not
be related to a disease.
Especially for the first time, sudden and severe headaches, which have changed
for a long time, should be taken seriously and applied to the neurology unit.
The most common headaches are migraine and daily tension-type pains.
Migraine:It is a form of headache involving the whole or one side of the
head, causing severe nausea and vomiting, increasing with head movements, and
accompanied by intolerance to sound and light. Its duration can vary from
3 hours to 3 days. It is seen in 21% of the female population and 19% of
the male population.
It is a chronic headache that recurs with different frequencies for years, and
it is a disease that reduces the quality of life and work efficiency of the
It is generally seen in advanced ages. It occurs as
a result of intra-cerebral hemorrhage that occurs as a result of clogging or
rupture of the cerebral vessels.
Preliminary signs of
paralysis and conditions that increase the risk: Short-term mild
paralysis of the
Short-term loss of consciousness,
Imbalanced walking, dizziness, double vision,
numbness in half of the body,
uncontrolled or untreated high blood pressure,
Heart valve diseases, rhythm irregularity,
Without treatment high cholesterol level and diabetes.
Epilepsy (fainting, convulsions, epilepsies): It develops
as a result of abnormal, excessive uncontrolled electrical discharge in the
whole or part of the brain, which can be seen in all age groups, usually in the
child age group. The most severe is the type accompanied by loss of
consciousness, convulsions, tremors and bruising, and if its duration is
prolonged, it is a severe or severe epileptic seizure that creates
life-threatening. Sometimes, there may be only short-term distraction,
confusion, uncontrollable contraction in one part of the body, and unwarranted
falling attacks, and jump-start-up.
Dizziness (vertigo) It is a state of dizziness or instability that often develops suddenly, which
is very disturbing to the person, usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting and
sweating for a short time. It can make it difficult for the person to walk
and stand. Especially if there is double vision, a worsening of the
tongue, confusion, tendency to withdraw or fall to one side, or numbness-loss
of strength in the half of the body, a neurologist should be examined as soon
Headaches, paralysis, epilepsy, dizziness, memory weakening, waist and neck
pains, numbness-burning in hands and feet, coma and other neurological diseases
should be evaluated by listening to the patient’s complaints about the disease
and performing a physical and neurological examination.
When deemed necessary, Computerized Brain Tomography (BBT), Magnetic Resonance
(MR), Electroencephalography (EEG), Electroneuromyography (EMG) and laboratory
examinations should be applied to determine the cause of the disease and to
follow the treatment course.