Sunday, December 20, 2015

Psychological and mental diseases after the end of the nineteenth century.. Physiology of the nervous system and an autopsy and find out its functions and the discovery of motor functions in different parts of the body tissues

At the end of the nineteenth century there has been significant progress in the field of research on Pfsljh nervous system and an autopsy and find out its functions. All this has led to the discovery of Motor functions in different parts of the body's tissues, and led to the identification of the reflections occurring in the nervous system of the body, which led to the apparent progress in the areas of general psychology and psychiatry in particular.
Once nearing the nineteenth century to a close until there was doctors in the field of psychiatry like Pellnski (1827 - 1902) of Russia, which divided mental illness to neurological diseases and mental disorders, and Kandinsky (1849 - 1889), which introduced the subject of analysis physiological in the diagnosis of disorders mental, and Korsakov (1824 - 1900), who discovered some psychiatric multiple nervous Kalzhan,
This type of psychosis usually caused by alcohol abuse and addiction, so that the disease became known as (Korsakoff's psychosis). 
Another achievement and check on my hands Korsakov, it is to distinguish between the two types of mental impairment (congenital mental impairment, and emergency mental impairment resulting from the events of the environment in various symptoms and their symptoms)   The distinction between (congenital mental impairment, and between manic-depressive psychosis).
All these developments have established itself efforts made ​​by the psychiatrist German Krebln (1856 - 1926), as it reinforced what was there from the rankings of mental illness and confirmed it, and how can be addressed for treatment to alleviate which is exposed to ravages of many people around the world.