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Abstinence syndrome

Abstinence syndrome occurs when drinking heavily for a long time (more than 2 ~ 3 weeks), and suddenly stop drinking or significantly reduce the amount of drinking, the patient immediately produces a series of symptoms and signs, which is called abstinence syndrome or withdrawal syndrome. The pathogenesis is that the central nervous system loses the inhibitory effect of alcohol and produces cerebral cortex or β- Adrenaline hyperactivity. It mostly occurs in alcoholics who have physical dependence. The manifestations include tremor, delirium, convulsions, confusion of consciousness, psychomotor and autonomic nerve hyperexcitation. Each major symptom of withdrawal syndrome can occur more or less in a simple form, but often in different combinations.

Symptoms

Progressive hemifacial atrophy

Alcoholic brain atrophy

Staphylococcus aureus meningitis

Alcoholic amblyopia

Tendon tumor

Progressive lipodystrophy

Tension headache

Convulsion

Alcoholic myopathy

Progressive hypertrophic interstitial neuritis

Mental retardation

Alcoholic neuropathy

Progressive supranuclear palsy

Alcoholic dementia

Cervical spinal stenosis

Menopause and Alzheimer's disease syndrome

Toxic cerebellar degeneration in wine

Alcoholic peripheral neuropathy

Menopausal arthritis

Basal cell adenoma

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