Neurological symptoms in infectious diseases
Keywordsneurological symptoms, infectious diseases, neuropathology
AbstractIntroduction: In the course of infectious diseases, various neurological symptoms can be observed. The aim of the study: The article focuses on the neurological symptoms presented in infectious diseases. Material and method: Standard criteria were used to review the literature data. The search of articles in the PubMed, Google Scholar, ReaserchGate database was carried out using the following keywords: neurological symptoms, infectious diseases, neuropathology. Description: Infectious diseases such as Lyme diseases, syphilis, group A beta-hemolytic Streptoccocus infection, rabies, tetanus, botulism, poliomyelitis, AIDS can be manifested by neurological symptoms. Symptoms that appear as a result of the development of the diseases include these simple, non-specific symptoms such as weakness, abdominal pain, fever or headache to more serious, life-threatening as respiratory failure, arrhythmias. Summary: Many infectious diseases can cause neurological symptoms. It is important to remember about the possibility of these diseases during the diagnostics of neurological conditions.
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