Acta Scientific Neurology (ASNE) (ISSN: 2582-1121)

Mini Review Volume 4 Issue 2

Neurodevelopmental Disorders: The Past, Present and the Future

Prajjita Bardoloi*

Department of Psychiatry, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

*Corresponding Author: Prajjita Bardoloi, Department of Psychiatry, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada.

Received: December 30, 2020; Published: January 30, 2021

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Abstract

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of complex multifactorial disorders with significant overlapping of symptoms that arise during the developmental period. This article looks into changing perspectives and evolving knowledge of these disorders as well as their future directions. These disorders can not only affect individuals but society as a whole. Accumulated knowledge of these disorders slowly began to change the perception of the disorders as well as how individuals experiencing these conditions are treated by society.

Keywords: Neurodevelopmental Disorders; Electro Encephalogram; Low Birth Weight

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Citation

Citation: Prajjita Bardoloi. “Neurodevelopmental Disorders: The Past, Present and the Future”. Acta Scientific Neurology 4.2 (2021): 44-50.




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