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What is Encephalopathy?

Description of the disease

Encephalopathy is a general term for a group of diseases characterized by brain damage. It can be caused by various factors, including vascular disorders, injuries, infections, and toxic effects.


  • Primitive
  • Toxic
  • Inflammatory


Symptoms of encephalopathy vary depending on its form, but may include impaired consciousness, headache, weakness, behavioral changes, and coordination disorders.


The causes of encephalopathy can be diverse, including alcohol or drug poisoning, hypoxia, infections, injuries, etc.


Various methods may be used to diagnose encephalopathy, including neurological examination, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and laboratory tests.


Treatment of encephalopathy depends on its cause, but may include medication, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and surgical intervention.


Prevention of encephalopathy may include avoiding harmful habits, timely treatment of infections, prevention of injuries, and regular medical check-ups.


For the diagnosis and treatment of encephalopathy, it is advisable to consult a neurologist or neurosurgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.