Encephalopathy is a general term for non-inflammatory diseases of the brain. Encephalopathy can be congenital and acquired (for example, organic brain lesions associated with poisoning, infections, alcoholism, trauma, hypovitaminosis, vascular diseases of the brain, lack of vitamin B₁). Encephalopathy is a disease in which the tissue of the brain changes dystrophically, which leads to a violation of its function.
Symptoms of the disease can be very diverse, depending on what caused the disease.
The first symptoms of encephalopathy are usually:
noise in ears;
worsening mood, depression;
weakness, apathy, fatigue;
decrease in mental abilities;
impaired ability to concentrate;
What diagnosis you need to undergo, the attending physician will tell you. You may be assigned:
Functional diagnostics ECG test with dosed physical activity (veloergometry or treadmill test);
Functional diagnostics Daily ECG monitoring (according to Holter);