Education of a child neurologist: developmental neuroscience relevant to child neurology.

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PubMed URL: 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22036501
Author: 
Johnston MV
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Journal: 
Semin Pediatr Neurol
PubMed ID: 
22036501
Pagination: 
133-8
Volume: 
18
Issue: 
2
Abstract: 
Developmental neuroscience is increasingly relevant to clinical child neurology, and study of advances in neurobiology, neurochemistry and neurogenetics should be part of the curriculum of residency training. The profile of synaptic development is especially relevant to neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism, Fragile X syndrome, and early epileptic encephalopathies. This knowledge is increasingly being translated into therapies for previously untreatable disorders.
Published Date: 
June, 2011

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