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|Al-sadder General Teaching Hospital, Iraq|
|Posters & Accepted Abstracts: Int J Emerg Ment Health|
|Mental health problems in its wide spectrum are a prehistoric mankind suffering. It was managed according to the Era knowledge and capabilities, which are well known in a degree or other for everybody even outside the field. These management measures have evolved with advancement of physics and chemistry. Our primary medical teaching mentioned that mental health impairment could be a feature of an organic illness. According to my work in the field of biological bases of neurosurgical pathologies this opened a door wide to show this mental health impairment is far more than we imagine, principally, it is a pure organic illness, not mere a functional mental disorder in above mentioned spectrum. How is that come?! From two bases. First; through the manner I adopt to find the cause behind my neurosurgical patients complaints, I check the patient as a whole even he has simple back ache this lead me to realize that low back pain is a diseases in all and proved by trial treatment and PCR review. With this or that, there were an accompanying mental discomfort of different qualities and quantities. On treating the cause without analgesia and sedation the visiting complaint ameliorated much very readily accompanying mental alteration. When this is frequent, so it became a phenomenon, what the author terms as an accompanion phenomenon/a (by definition; an event/s occur/s in a response to a certain act and it is/they are considered as a natural or definitive). That’s to say the mental and the somatic are both features to a cause which was I am looking for and treated. Chronic Brucellosis is well known to cause sharp or vague condition/s of mental complaints we are working on for the last twenty years with supra imagination results. Here, in this series I shed the light to show its depth and width.|
Abbas A Shakir Alnaji has completed his degree in Neurosurgery from University of Baghdad in 1999. He is interested in research work and has 12 papers published in the field of Surgical Pathology Causations.
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