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Acute total autonomic nervous disorder

Acute total autonomic nervous disorder, also known as acute autonomic nervous crisis, is a rare disease. The autonomic nervous system is divided into sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves, which have the opposite effect on organ control. Most of them unconsciously regulate and control the body systems such as metabolism, circulation, digestion, respiration, reproduction and body temperature. The autonomic nervous system controls internal organs and blood vessels. Acute total autonomic nervous disorder is often acute onset. Symptoms of autonomic nerve paralysis, such as abnormal pupil reaction, sweating, * no tears, impotence, orthostatic hypotension and urinary retention, are common in young people or children.

Symptoms

Anterior spinal artery syndrome

Subacute combined degeneration of spinal cord

Acute toxic encephalitis

Spinal cord ischemia

Arachnoiditis of spinal cord

Meningocele and myelomeningocele

Spinal cord schwannoma

Spinal cord injury

Spinal radiculopathy

Secondary adhesive arachnoiditis

California encephalitis

Spinal muscular atrophy

Stiff person syndrome

Spinal syphilis

Spinal vascular disease

Tuberculous myelitis

Sympathetic chain syndrome

Tuberous sclerosis

Progressive spinal muscular atrophy

Spasm

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