Neurovascular Disease
    ► Stroke more
      A stroke is brain attack occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is interrupted by a blocked or broken blood vessel.
    ► TIA (Transcient Ischemic Attack) more
      Transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) are episodes of temporary and focal cerebral dysfunction of vascular origin, rapid in onset, variable in duration, commonly lasting from two to fifteen minutes but by definition no longer than 24 hours.
    ► Headaches more
    1. 1. Migraine Headache
    2. 2. Tension Headache
    3. 3. Cluster Headache
    4. 4. Common Headaches
    5. 5. Headaches related to other medical conditions
    6. 6. Non Neurological Headaches
    Dementia / Memory Disorder with Cognitive Impairment more
    1. 1. Vascular dementia (stroke related memory loss)
    2. 2. Alzheimer disorder
    3. 3. Pseudo dementia related to depressive disorder
    4. 4. Secondary dementia related to other neurological and medical disorders
    Seizure Disorder more
    1. 1. Post stroke seizure
    2. 2. Primary or post traumatic seizure disorder
    Dizziness / Syncope / Loss of Consciousness
    1. 1. TIA Syndrome
    2. 2. Autonomic dysfunction
    3. 3. Peripheral Neuropathy
    4. 4. Vestibular disease
    Peripheral Neuropathy / Neuromuscular Disorder
    1. 1. Sensory
    2. 2. Motor
    3. 3. Hereditary
    4. 4. Diabetic, and Nutritional Neuropathy
    5. 5. Autoimmune Neuropathy
    ► Cervical / Lumbar Spinal Neuropathy
    1. 1. Neck pain with motor and sensory loss
    2. 2. Low back pain with motor and sensory loss
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