Central Nervous System Report

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CENTRALNERVOUSSYSTEM
TABLEOFCONTENTSIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Description of Gastrointestinal tract................................................................................................3Disorder 1 Celiac disease.............................................................................................................4Disorder 2 Crohn’s disease..........................................................................................................4Disorder 3 Diverticulitis..............................................................................................................4Description of Central Nervous System..........................................................................................4Disorder 1 Schizophrenia............................................................................................................5Disorder 2 Epilepsy.....................................................................................................................5Disorder 3 Alzheimer’s disease...................................................................................................5Conclusion and Recommendation...................................................................................................6References........................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONThe present research study has been made on Gastrointestinal tract and central nervoussystem of human and along with that discussion has been included about the associateddisorders. Digestive system includes organs which regulate the enzymes and after that it breaksinto protein, fats and carbohydrates.DESCRIPTIONOFGASTROINTESTINALTRACTThe gastrointestinal tract comprises of a muscular tube which starts from the oral cavitywherein food gets in the mouth. It is connected with several systems such as pharynx,oesophagus, stomach and intestines which are also associated with rectum and anus. The food isalso ejected from such organs (Desai and et.al., 2016). Nonetheless, there are several otheraccessory organs that help the tract to secret the enzymes which also aids in breaking down foodinto nutrients.The main purpose of GIT is to break the food so that it can provide nutrients and energyto the body. GIT seems like as a muscular tube which is lined up with the cells and the contentplaced in the tube are called external parts of the body. However, at the same time, each andevery portion of the tract per forms specialized functions in different regions. Any problem inGIT brings issues related to nausea, vomiting, malabsorption and constipation (Lee, 2017).1
Disorder 1 Celiac diseaseIntroductionIt is a serious autoimmune disorder which has the probability to occur in people as agenetic disorder wherein the ingestion of gluten damages the small intestine. Typically, it ishereditary and it runs in families who have more issues related to digestive system.PathophysiologyIt can develop in humans at any age and generally it starts after eating food productswhich contains gluten. It is also associated with further health complications such as type 2diabetes, dermatitis herpetiformis and other neurological health problems.Signs and SymptomsDiarrhoeaFatigueAnaemiaWeight lossMedicationDrug nameGenericnameBrand nameand useDose anddosage formDailydoseSide effectsCorticosteroidsPrednisolonePrednisone(Rx)is required togive inquantity of5mg(Patterson &Jones, 2017).50 mg(Trehan &Garegnani,2016).7.2 mg aday asprescribedIt can lead toallergy,cardiac arrestandcongestiveheart failure.Disorder 2 Crohn’s diseaseIntroduction2
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