5 edition of Outcomes in neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders found in the catalog.
Outcomes in neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Patricia Howlin and Orlee Udwin.|
|Series||Cambridge child and adolescent psychiatry, Cambridge child and adolescent psychiatry series|
|Contributions||Howlin, Patricia., Udwin, Orlee.|
|LC Classifications||RC570.2 .O88 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|LC Control Number||2001043380|
The results of this work have been published in the international journal Genome Medicine. It presents an up-to-date review of the literature which is packaged in an accessible style and organized so as to tackle the kind of questions clinicians are often asked by relatives and carers. The right numbers of hundreds of distinct types of nerve cells have to be generated in the right places, they have to migrate to form highly organised structures, and they must extend nerve fibres, which navigate their way through the brain to ultimately find and connect with their appropriate partners, avoiding wrong turns and illicit interactions. Skickas inom vardagar.
The manifestation of these defects in humans also depends on processes of learning and experience-dependent development that proceed for many years after birth. The most common nutritional cause of neural tube defects is folic acid deficiency in the mother, a B vitamin usually found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and milk products. They include chapters on cellular models using induced pluripotent stem cells derived from patients and animal models recapitulating pathogenic mutations in micewhich are revealing the routes of pathogenesis, from defects in diverse cellular neurodevelopmental processes to resultant alterations in neural circuits and brain systems, which ultimately impinge on behaviour. This discovery opens the way to a better interpretation of genetic analyzes and better care for children at risk of developing neurodevelopmental disorders, from a very young age. Dietrich, Elizabeth M.
Several articles have been reprinted in International Review volumes e. Many such inherited diseases may directly affect the child's metabolism and neural development  but less commonly they can indirectly affect the child during gestation. This will only increase as more and more pathogenic mutations are identified. It relies on the fact that each gene defines a piece of biological information.
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This discovery opens the way to a better interpretation of genetic analyzes and better care for children at risk of developing neurodevelopmental disorders, from a very young age. Down syndrome Janet Carr; 8.
Mitchell The contributors demonstrate how rigorous research can illuminate clinical phenomena and dysfunctions, and how the careful dissection of clinical disorders can further the understanding of the normal development of brain and mind.
Metabolic disorders Anupam Chakrapani and John Walter; 5. These advances illustrate a general principle — to treat these conditions we need to identify and understand the underlying biology and design therapies to treat the specific cause in each patient and not just the generic symptoms.
The manifestation of these defects in humans also depends on processes of learning and experience-dependent development that proceed for many years after birth. Fragile X syndrome was first described in by J. Common causes of congenital injury are asphyxia obstruction of the tracheahypoxia lack of oxygen to the brain and the mechanical trauma of the birth process itself.
To ascertain the relevance of the model, the researchers tested it against recurring deletions with a well-known impact on IQ. Mitchell 5. These findings strongly reinforce a model of genetic heterogeneity, whereby common clinical categories do not represent singular biological entities, but rather are umbrella terms for a large number of distinct genetic conditions.
This discovery proposes a new method for the study of mutations whose rarity does not make it possible to use conventional approaches. Autistic disorders Patricia Howlin; 7.
Jones and D. Write your question below:. Alterations in the function of the neurons can lead to neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Genetics non-medical Table of contents Preface Patricia Howlin; 1. Metabolic disorders Anupam Chakrapani and John Walter; 5. The work of Ernst and his research team identified an important shortcut in the process of making functional molecules for brain development.
This term encompasses the clinical categories of intellectual disability IDdevelopmental delay DDautism spectrum disorders ASDattention-deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHDspeech and language disorders, specific learning disorders, tic disorders and others.
Merner, Patrick A. McMahon, Carolyn B.
The Genetics of Brain Malformations M. Deletions can result in an alteration of the person's cognitive development," said Guillaume Huguet, PhD, co-lead author of the study.
However, the effect of 90 percent of these mutations is not known because they are very rare. To reach these conclusions, the research team worked on two cohorts of the general population, with a total of 2, people.
Once they find their partners they must form synapses, the incredibly complex and diverse cellular structures that mediate communication between nerve cells. Foremost among these is the recognition of extreme genetic heterogeneity, meaning that understanding what is going on in any particular patient requires knowledge of the specific underlying genetic cause.Aug 04, · The Genetics of Neurodevelopmental Disorders examines recent revolutionary advances in our understanding of the genetics of these disorders, exploring both basic discoveries and the translation of new findings into the clinical setting.
The book begins by examining the genetic architecture and etiology of neurodevelopmental atlasbowling.com: Wiley. Get this from a library! Outcomes in neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders. [Patricia Howlin; Orlee Udwin;] -- A team of international experts describe the causes and treatment of a variety of developmental and genetic disorders, focusing on course and outcome over time -.
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Jul 28, · The Genetics of Neurodevelopmental Disorders is a new book that will be published by Wiley in It is due out in August (in Europe) and September (in the USA), and is available on Amazon here. I had the pleasure of editing the book, which comprises 14 chapters from world-leading scientists and clinicians.
The book is from the Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Series, and covers the natural history and outcome of neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders. All these disorders are evident in early childhood, but very little has been written about their outcome in adulthood and similarly, little has been written about associated behavioral.