Aneurysm is swelling or enlargement of an arterial wall due to weakening of the vascular wall. Aneurysms in the heart and brain region are very dangerous.
Parkinson’s disease is a slow progressing neurological disorder that is generally seen between 55 and 65 years of age and causes damage to brain cells.
Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes memory, thinking and behavior problems. It is the most common reasons of dementia.
Epilepsy is a type of brain disease that causes recurrent seizures; erroneous signal transmission of nerve cells or neuron clusters in the brain leads to seizures.
Hydrocephalus is a chronic and neurological disease caused by the over-accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid. It can be seen at any age, including newborns.
Ischemia is a serious condition in which blood flow to any organ in the body is stopped. During ischemia, blood vessels providing oxygen to brain, is blocked.