Neurology is the medical specialism dealing with disorders of the nervous system, from prevention to diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of diseases involving the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system and the autonomic nervous system, including the membranes that envelop them (meninges), their blood vessels and tissues, such as muscles.
The neurology techniques available at our hospital are:
In the world of cosmetics it is used to reduce the appearance of the lines caused by the relaxation of the underlying muscles, giving a more youthful appearance.
In medicine, Botox has several uses in different specialist areas. In the field of neurology, Botox is a very useful drug in the following conditions:
The injection of Botox to treat these conditions is considered safe and effective. The most common side effect is excessive muscle weakness. In blepharospasm, this can cause a fall in the eyelid and difficulty in closing the eye. Cervical dystonia can result in swallowing difficulties. However, these side effects are slight and temporary, as they are dose-dependent and because the body breaks down the botulinum toxin in time resulting in the reappearance of the symptoms, thus requiring a further injection to treat the symptoms.
It is an accessible and simple test that can be carried out in the consultation and which does not preparation on the part of the patient. It is safe and can be performed during pregnancy, and there is no contraindication for patients with pacemakers. No type of dye is used.
This test enables us to observe whether there is stenosis (narrowing) of the vessels, thrombi or cholesterol plaques, or artery occlusion. It is usually conducted in high cardiovascular risk individuals or those who have suffered a cerebral infarction or transient ischemic attack previously. It also allows us to see the walls of the vessels and their internal flow, and to measure the speed of the blood within them. In some patients it can be difficult to view the vessels, and so another imaging test will be requested to visualise the vessels (for example, a computerised tomography angiography).
The results will be assessed and explained by the neurologist, who will determine the most appropriate action in each case. If the flows and appearance are normal, no treatment will be necessary. However, it is possible that the findings will oblige the doctor to medication or even make a referral for surgical treatment.
This is the maximum level of this certification which had not previously been attained by any hospital. The recognition is the first common unit of measurement of care quality at ...
The company has made a total investment of 3,054,000 euros. It is equipped with a cutting-edge neonatal ICU with a breastfeeding area, three delivery rooms and a caesarean ...