Diagnosis And Treatment Of Guillain-Barre Syndrome And Neurological Problems With A Clinical Approach: A Systematic Review
This study has systematically investigated the diagnosis and treatment of Guillain-Barre syndrome and neurological problems with a clinical approach. Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is a neurological disorder in which the immune system attacks the peripheral nervous system, the part of the nervous system outside the brain and spinal cord. The onset of BS can be quite sudden and unexpected and requires immediate hospitalization. Normally, immune system cells only attack foreign substances and invading organisms, but in Glynn-Barre syndrome, the immune system begins to destroy the myelin sheath that surrounds the axons of many nerve cells, and sometimes the axons themselves. When this happens, the nerves cannot send signals effectively. In Guillain-Barre syndrome, your immune system attacks your peripheral nervous system. The first symptom is usually a tingling sensation in the legs. The burning then spreads to your arms and fingers. The cause of this disease is still unclear, but it usually occurs after a viral infection such as a cold or flu. Destruction of the myelin layer of nerve fibers causes loss of nerve conduction, and as a result, sensory and motor nerves lose their function. In some cases, the symptoms of Guillain-Barre may occur after surgery, and sometimes there is no known cause.