Inflammatory diseases of the nervous system are gaining increasing importance in neurology. Inflammatory diseases can be caused by infectious agents such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses. In recent years, an increasing spectrum of non-infectious, autoimmune inflammations of the brain and spinal cord has also been recognized. Symptoms indicating an inflammatory disease include headaches, neck stiffness, fever, confusion and/or decreased consciousness, nausea, sensitivity to light and loud noises, as well as skin rashes.
The range of diagnostic and treatment options in this field of neurology saw a very dynamic improvement in recent years. Today, state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are available for carrying out optimal, individualized therapies to treat inflammatory diseases.
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