Rare Diseases in Brain

The majority of brain disorders are caused by changes to brain structure or function. This is primarily brought on by an infection, a tumour, a stroke, memory loss, a change in personality, and seizures. The rare degenerative brain ailment Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) is characterised by the emergence of rapidly progressing neurological and neuromuscular symptoms. Affected individuals may experience disorientation, sadness, behavioural changes, poor vision, and/or impaired coordination after the onset of symptoms. As the condition worsens, vascular dementia develops, which causes confusion and disorientation. In advanced stages of the illness, there may be further loss of physical and mental abilities, including unconsciousness and respiratory infections like pneumonia.

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