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  1. This is a pathology characterized by damage to the sheath of nerve fibers and a violation of their conductivity.

    Nerve fibers are long processes of neurons covered with a myelin sheath. In the process of demyelination, these membranes in the brain or spinal cord are destroyed. In place of the destroyed brain tissue, fibrous tissue grows, which is not able to conduct nerve impulses. If there are no nerve impulses, the brain can not give and coordinate commands, hence there are very serious diseases of the brain, or the motor system, up to a fatal outcome.

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