Stroke (Apoplex, apoplektischer Insult, cerebral infarction)

A stroke is a sudden illness of the brain, 85% of which is caused by a lack of blood flow through a blocked vessel (white stroke, ischaemic insult) and 15% of which is caused by a cerebral haemorrhage (red stroke). "Stroke (apoplexy, apoplectic insult, cerebral infarction)". More

Multiple sclerosis (Encephalomyelitis Disseminata, MS, ed)

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the brain and/or spinal cord (central nervous system, CNS) and mainly affects young adults. It is one of the most common neurological diseases, affecting about 4/100,000 people in Germany every year. "Multiple Sclerosis (Encephalomyelitis disseminata, MS, ED)". More

Nerve pain (polyneuropathy)

The term polyneuropathy means that many (Greek poly = many) nerves are affected at the same time and not a single one as in carpal tunnel syndrome, for example. However, this always affects only the "Peripheral Nervous system"  - so all nerves Outside of our spinal cord and brain (= central nervous system, CNS). "Nerve pain (polyneuropathy)" More

Parkinson's disease (PD, idiopathic Parkinson syndrome)

Parkinson's disease (also called Parkinson's disease, shaking palsy, paralysis agitans or idiopathic Parkinson's syndrome) is, along with Alzheimer's dementia, one of the most common progressive diseases of the central nervous system in older age. Most of those affected fall ill between the ages of 50 and 79. "Parkinson's disease (Parkinson's disease, idiopathic Parkinson's syndrome)". More

Headache (Migraine)

Headaches are a common phenomenon in neurology. Almost 70% of all Germans experience a phase of headache or facial pain at least once in their lives, which significantly impairs their everyday life. The causes are manifold, neurology distinguishes more than 200 different types of headache from various causes. "Headache (migraine)" More