Some neurologists receive subspecialty training focusing on a particular area of the fields, these training programs are called fellowships, and are one to two years.
As the name neuro indicates, the term nervous system. The nervous system is the name of the brain. So we can define the neuro as the study of the brain. The neurosurgeon is a brain specialist who deals with the brain or nervous system’s disorders and diseases and knows about surgery of the heart.
A child or pediatric, neurologist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic disorders in children from the neonatal period through adolescence. Some of the conditions overlap with those seen by adult neurologists, and others are unique to this younger population. Child neurologists treat many of the same common conditions found in adults such as migraine, epilepsy, stroke, and Tourette’s and are also trained in conditions related to neurogenetics and developmental problems.
Symptoms & Diagnosis
A neurosurgeon mainly deals with the nervous system’s problems, as the nervous system is designed with neurons’ help. So the neurons may also damage during daily life work.
Here are some significant diseases cured by a neuro-specialist.
In what conditions should you consult with a neuro?
- Acute Spinal Cord Injury:
The spinal cord is made up of numerous small bones. These bones are called vertebrae. These bones may be damaged and can cause a severe disorder between the brain and neurons.
- Brain Tumors:
Sometimes a small clot develops in the small network of blood veins of the brain. Which afterward causes severe damage to the brain and turns into a tumor. These tumors may damage the brain, which at last causes death. A neurosurgeon can remove them from the brain. Every brain-related disorder is maintained and cured by a neuro specialist.
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