Harm of motor neuron disease

1. Symptoms of motor neurons "Early symptoms of the hands gradually atrophy, showing the tremor of the muscle beam. The remote end of the limbs is permanently atrophy, and about half of the cases of the upper limbs of the upper limbs are atrophied. Muscle, even thoracic muscles, back muscles can shrink, calf muscles can also shrink, muscle atrophy, limb weakness, high muscle tension (pulling feeling), muscle beam tremor, difficulty in mobility, breathing and swallowing disorders.

2. Patients with 75%of the first symptoms of motor neuron disease are on the limbs, while 25%are manifested as the symptoms of the ball. The earliest symptoms are the asymmetric weakness of a limb, or the sound is unclear. Those with upper limbs are mostly weak from the shoulders. Sometimes after a slight local injury, the remote power is often obvious. 35%of patients are first in the upper limbs, and about 40%of patients start from the waistline of the spinal cord. These patients are too ligament or difficulty in standing due to unilateral foot.

3. When the cumulative lesions are delayed, an aggravated swallowing disorders will occur, resulting in acceleration, nutritional disorders, dehydration and inhalation pneumonia, etc., increase the risk of death, and will also lead to frequent hospitalization and family life quality of patients. Reduce.

When the cumulative respiratory muscles are cumulative, the weakness of the respiratory muscle will not only cause insufficient ventilation of patients, but also due to failure to breathe, but also cause weakening cough reflexes and difficulty in discharge of secretions, thereby increasing the risk of lung infection in patients.

4. Men with a good age of motor neurons. The older the age of the family genetic type, the sooner the disease progresses, the faster the condition. Because motor neurons control the muscles that enable us to exercise, speak, swallow, and breathe, if there is no nerve stimulation, the muscles will gradually shrink and degenerate, expressing the muscles gradually weakly or even paralyzed, as well as decline in speaking, swallowing and breathing function. Died until respiratory failure.

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