Non-specific brain syndrome is a condition in where the patient experiences some kind of head pain or disability without any unidentifiable cause. The syndrome could be due to a lesion or other problem that is too small to be seen with current imaging technology. Symptoms will vary depending on the actual syndrome, but many patients with brain disorders will experience some combination of headaches, nausea, and confusion. Treatment cannot be done until the syndrome is known; so many cases of non-specific brain syndromes go untreated.
Non-specific Brain Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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