Neuritis is a neurological inflammation or a common inflammation of the posterior nervous system. Inflammation, combined with degradation of engagement levels, causes dysfunctional transmission of neural signals and leads to impaired neurological function. Neuritis is often associated with neuropathy, a broad term that describes any neurological process that affects the central nervous system. However, neuropathies may have been caused by inflammatory or non-inflammatory causes, and the term includes any form of damage, discomfort, or dysfunction, while neuritis is a direct reference to the inflammatory process. Since inflammation is a common response to viral discrimination, many conditions can develop with symptoms of neuritis. Common causes include autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis; infection, be it a virus, such as leprosy, or a virus, such as varicella zoster; reactions after an infection, such as Guillain-Barré syndrome; or a physical injury response, as is commonly seen in siatica.

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