Developmental & Pediatric Neurology Recommendations
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- » Attention deficit and specific learning disorders
- » Auditory processing disorders
- » Autism and mental retardation
- » Cerebral palsy
- » Cerebrovascular disorders
- » Congenital malformation: chromosomal and dysmorphic disorders
- » Degenerative disorders
- » Developmental disorders associated with prematurity
- » Developmental memory and learning disorders
- » Dysexecutive disorders
- » Epilepsy
- » Inborn errors of metabolism
- » Infectious disorders
- » Neonatal neurological disorders
- » Neurogenetic disorders
- » Neuromuscular disorders
- » Neuropsychiatric disorders
- » Post-infectious disorders and autoimmune disorders
- » Tourette's syndrome and movement disorders
- » Tumors of the nervous system
Next generation sequencing is also rapidly identifying causes of somatic disorders. This is a wonderful example of a single mutation in the GNAQ gene having been identified through whole genome sequencing of three individuals with...
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