Clinical Topics and Safe Driving
Diseases of the neuromotor plaque cause loss of pure strength, with no sensory disorders. More information about parkinson and driving at Fundación MAPFRE.
Neuralgia of the trigeminal nerve, vascular algia of the face, temporal arteritis, and influence on driving
Neuralgia of the trigeminal is characterized by paroxysmal, discontinuous pain, expressed as electrical discharges, stabbing or laceration of the face.
Several elements of the central and peripheral nervous system complement each other to produce vision. For more information visit our site Fundación MAPFRE.
Pupillary Arreflexia and Diplopathy prevent driving. Learn more about eye movement disorders, facial nerve disorders and their influence on conduction.
With Vertigo and Nistagmus you can’t drive. More infirmation about hearing loss, nerve damage, nerve disorders and conduction at Fundación MAPFRE site.
Learn more about Guillain-Barron’s syndrome or acute inflammatory polyradiculoneuritis. Discover tips on Peripheral neuropathy and conduction.
Myasthenia gravis, loss of strength of central origin, rigid-akinetic syndromes, and their impact in driving
Diseases of the neuromotor plaque cause loss of pure strength with no sensory disorders. Learn more about myasthenia gravis and driving at Fundación MAPFRE.
The etiology of non-traumatic spinal cord compressions is multiple, either of extradural or intradural. For more information visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Demyelinization is characteristic of many neurological disorders, and can occur due to local injuries, ischemia, toxic substances, or metabolic disorders.
Epilepsy is an intermittent disorder of the nervous system due to a sharp, sudden and disordered discharge of the brain neurons. More at Fundación MAPFRE.
The treatment of epilepsy is based on the use of drugs that reduce the abnormal activity of the nerve cells, reducing or suppressing epileptic discharges.
It is important to distinguish epilepsy from other paroxysmal clinical conditions that are also disabling for driving. More information at Fundación MAPFRE.