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10 things to know about Enteric Nervous System Injury

The injury to the enteric nerve in the neck can cause pain, vomiting, and a range of symptoms, such as feeling sick and having difficulty breathing.

The condition is caused by a buildup of the toxin called enteric amyloid.

Symptoms include a feeling of pressure, numbness, tingling, weakness, difficulty breathing, or chest pain.

Infections of the enterociliary system occur when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy cells, including white blood cells, as well as those that normally fight infection.

The Enteric Amyloid Pox virus causes a small amount of damage to the central nervous system.

The damage can lead to temporary paralysis of the body, and may even lead to death.

In a small number of cases, the damage can be permanent.

This condition is known as encephalitis.

In adults, symptoms may include: Difficulty breathing