For a long time one of the central problems in neuroscience are the peripheral nervous system diseases.
Traumatic neuritis — this disease is a nerve root, which occurs after mechanical injury of the nerve:
- injuries, including after the injection
- shocks and prolonged crossclamping
- fractures and dislocations of the joints
Damage to the radial nerve (radial nerve neuritis) in place of the fracture of humerus.
Traumatic neuritis (postinjection), depending on the level and type of nerve damage will manifest a variety of symptoms: impairments of movement (paresis, paralysis) in a particular muscle or group of muscles, numbness, changes in sensitivity (amplification, attenuation or distortion).
Traumatic neuritis of the ulnar nerve at the turn of the ulna.
Frequent traumatic neuritis fracture or dislocation of bones and joints of the extremities due to their anatomical proximity. After the diagnosis of the level of nerve lesions begin treatment with light symptoms of nerve root damage.
Traumatic neuritis of the peroneal nerve at the turn of the fibula.
Traumatic neuritis, which causes enduring pain symptoms (neuralgia), or hypesthesia (decreased sensitivity), or paresis of the muscles (reducing power) takes time and patience, and responds well to treatment.
Traumatic neuritis of the tibial nerve in fractures of the tibia.
Injuries such a large nerve as the sciatic nerve is rarely complete. Often suffers more than one or another portion of the sciatic nerve.
Traumatic neuritis of the sciatic nerve with its compression of scar is "chamber" of pain throughout the leg.
Symptoms of damage to any peripheral nerve in traumatic neuritis consists of motor, reflex, sensory and vasomotor, secretory, trophic disorders. Examination of the patient with traumatic neuritis traditionally begins with the collection of anamnestic information.
Traumatic trigeminal nerve, if improperly performed conduction anesthesia leads to a traumatic neuritis of the trigeminal nerve.
Classical electrodiagnostics is of great importance in the comprehensive study of patients with traumatic neuritis in a period of 2 weeks and later after injury, helping to distinguish from degenerative disorders nedegenerativnyh. Thus determined to a certain extent and prognosis, because the hole damaged the nerve trunks, particularly the brachial plexus, accompanied by degeneration, always uncertain as to the completeness and quality of the restoration of lost movement, especially in the distal limb.
At the point of his exit from the cranial cavity the facial nerve is most often exposed to traumatic compression of the clinic with neuritis of the facial nerve.
Restoring movement to force 4-5 points after traumatic neuritis is observed only in those muscles, which in classical electrodiagnostics reveal reduced electroexitability or partial reaction of degeneration of the nerve.
The reaction of complete degeneration of the nerve after traumatic neuritis of the recovery movement in the muscles is observed.
Diagnosis of the level of nerve damage in traumatic neuritis produced by ENG.
In very recent times after nerve injury in traumatic neuritis revealing losses electroexitability paralyzed muscles gives another reason in favor of abandoning the operation on the nerves. Earlier than in other areas disappears electroexitability dorsum of the forearm muscles. Contrary to popular representations of small muscles of the hand are often more stable with respect to the ability to respond to the stimulation current.
Electromyography is a very perspektinvym research method in closed injuries of the brachial plexus, capable of detecting changes in the dynamics of the neuromuscular system in the recovery process. The corresponding electromyographic curve with the appearance of previously absent action potentials in traumatic neuritis can expect a recovery movement long before the first clinical signs of recovery.
Treatment of traumatic neuritis chosen individually in each case. It includes a set of conservative procedures:
- stimulation of nerve and muscle
- vitamin B, "C" and "E"
- antiviral drugs
- homeopathic remedies
- surgery (neurolysis, nerve trunk cross-linking, etc.)
The use of acupuncture is very effective in the treatment of traumatic neuritis of peripheral nerves.
Neurostimulation (physiotherapy) eliminates paresthesias and pain, restores power in the muscles of traumatic neuritis.
If you have any questions about the diagnosis or treatment of traumatic neuritis, you can specify them with our neurosurgeon or a neurologist on the phone: (499) 130–08–09
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Cubital tunnel syndrome
- Eyeball and visual pathway:
- Peripheral neuropathies (neuritis):
- Facial nerve neuropathy (neuritis), Bell's palsy
- Median nerve neuropathy (neuritis)
- Peroneal nerve neuropathy (neuritis)
- Radial nerve neuropathy (neuritis)
- Sciatic nerve neuropathy (traumatic neuritis)
- Tibial nerve neuropathy (neuritis)
- Trigeminal nerve neuropathy (traumatic neuritis)
- Ulnar nerve neuropathy (neuritis)
- Neuropathy and polyneuropathy (alcoholic, diabetic)
- Optic nerve and retina diseases:
- Opto-chiasmatic arachnoiditis (optic chiasm)
- Pain in the arm and neck (trauma, osteochondrosis)
- Sciatica, leg pain (hernia and protrusion of the disc)
- Traumatic neuropathies (neuritis)
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Tumors of peripheral nerves