What is muscle dysenterous disorder and is it dangerous?

The article was consulted professionally by Master, Dr. Le Thi Minh Huong – Emergency Resuscitation Doctor – Resuscitation – Emergency Department – Share99 Nha Trang International Hospital. The doctor has more than 06 years of experience in medical examination and treatment, emergency and emergency resuscitation.

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Muscle dysenterous dysenterity is a dysenterous disease caused by neurological problems. The disease is sometimes difficult to detect because there are clinical symptoms similar to those of many other conditions.

1. What is muscle dysenterous disorders?

Dysenterous muscle dysenterity is a form of motor disorders that depreciation of coordination between the brain and the spinal cord, which in turn leads to unpretentious, uncontrollable movement or movement and repeated several times abnormally.

The cause of the disease has not been clarified. However, studies have in pointed to a link between genetic, psychological, the impact of the surrounding environment or the misuse of drugs.

Currently, the disease does not have a definitive treatment, but can only inhibit the course of the disease by using medicines or surgical interventions.

2. How are muscle dysenterous disorders classified?

Muscle dysenterous dysenterity is divided into 3 groups with 3 criteria: According to the age of the disease, by the location of influence and by cause.

2.1 By age

  • Early on-on-the-go muscle dysenteria: Can be from childhood and at a young age, usually under 26 years of age.
  • Late on-onsent muscle dysenterous dysenter: People 26 years and older.

Convulsions

26 years of age or older with late on-the-go muscle dysenterous dysenterous dysenterity

2.2 According to anatomy distribution

  • Local muscle dysenterity: Affects only a single area of the body.
  • One-segment muscle dysenterism: Two or more adjacent areas of the body are affected.
  • Total muscle dysenterity: Affects one body area and involves at least one axial body, one leg.

2.3 Causes

  • Primitive muscle dysenterous dysenter: There are usually no neurological, laboratory, or photo abnormalities. The disease usually does not have a fixed position and has progressed slowly. Sometimes long-term muscle dysplnea may have shrinkage.
  • Dysenterous dysenterosis: Accompanied by other neurological signs such as loss of balance, muscle weakness, spasms, abnormal eye movement, impaired cosup perception, convulsions,… Second-muscle dysentery usually originates from a certain condition, such as trauma, stroke, permanence,…

3. Signs of recognition of muscle dysenterous dysenterity

Some of the signs of muscle dysenterous dysenterity are:

  • The body has abnormal positioning
  • Frequent inaxic muscle spasms lead to twisting and repeated movements.
  • When stress or fatigue symptoms may worsen.

When there are symptoms of ina autonomic and continuous seizures, patients need to go to specialized clinics for timely examination.

Convulsive eyes

Patients with ina autonomic seizures

4. Testing and diagnosis of muscle dysenterous dysenteration

To diagnose dysenterous dysenterous dysenterity, the doctor may take the following steps:

  • Ask and review the patient's medical history and family history.
  • General examination and neurological examination.
  • Assess the nature of muscle dysenterous dysenteration according to symptomatic age, areas of influence on the body, disease progress and factors that are likely to affect muscle dysenterity.
  • In addition, in case of necessity, patients may be prescribed additional imaging tests (such as MRI brain resonance imaging), electroencephalitis, electrolyses, blood tests, genetic tests,…

5. Treatments for muscle dysenterous dysenterity

Currently, muscle dysenterous dysenteration does not have a definitive treatment, but can only limit the progress of the disease while alleating the symptoms of the disease.

The treatments for dysenterous muscle dysenterity are applied including:

  • Medications: Depending on the condition of each person, the doctor may prescribe certain medications such as: levodopa, baclofen, dopamine hosymage, trihexyphenidyl and clonazepam.
  • Perform botulinum toxin injection at the site of muscle dysenterism.
  • Surgical intervention: In combination with severe illness.

In addition, functional physical therapy can also be applied to complement the course of treatment of the disease.

medicine

Patients with muscle dysenterous disorders can be treated with medications prescribed by a doctor

In addition to the treatments for dysenter dysfunction, patients need to have a proper scientific and nutritional diet:

Mode of living:

  • Absolutely comply with the instructions of the doctor during treatment
  • Take the medicine in the right dose and as prescribed by your doctor
  • If the body shows abnormal manifestations then immediately stop using the drug.
  • Couples before deciding to become pregnant should go for genetic tests.
  • Regular general health check-up to be able to control and monitor your health status.

Nutrition:

  • The daily diet needs to be balanced with greens and low in fat.
  • Reduce the amount of salt in the diet.
  • It is recommended to take foods containing carbohydrates such as bananas, sweet potatoes, oats,…

Muscle dysenterousness does not affect the life of the patient but causes inconveniences and unpleasant sensations in daily life. Therefore, early detection and timely interventions help patients reduce some of the effects of muscle dysenterity on health.

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About: Minh Quynh

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&d=identicon&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.

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