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The department of neurology is responsible for treatments of central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system.

Neurology symptoms and diseases include:
dizziness
stroke vascular disease
dementia
Parkinson's disease
  • degenerative diseases
  • epilepsy
  • severe headaches
  • paroxysmal disorders
  • peripheral neuropathy
  • muscle disease

The neurologists in this department specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases occurring in the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and muscles.

Several nerves and nervous system diseases are divided into expertise. It has been known that partial dysfunction of the brain or conscious changes of the blood vessels of the brain that occur, suddenly spasms dealing with the same working problematic atmosphere are in tune more than dealing with the symptoms of Parkinson's disease and epilepsy, stroke, movement disorders, and are similar within the brain occurrence; with the loss of intellectual abilities degradation dealing with dementia dealing with a disease that occurs in the peripheral nerve or muscle, peripheral nerve and muscle disorders, etc is dealt with in Department of Neurology.

Other infectious diseases that occur in the nervous system such as encephalitis, several headaches and neuralgia, and also in the diagnosis and treatment of nerve and dizziness are the field of the department of neurology.

Chungnam National University Hospital department of neurology opened in September 1984 and is currently consists of 7 professors. The department of neurology provides treatment of dementia and movement disorders, epilepsy and headache, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral neuropathy since the early 1990s. Also, 1994 EMG room, 1995 EEG Room, 1996 cerebral blood flow ultrasonic waves room, the 1998 Epilepsy intensive observation room, 2000 Cognitive function laboratory, 2008 the eye movement laboratory was helpful in the systematic and accurate diagnosis and treatment of thus said diseases.



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