Neurological Disorders in Children

Neurological disorders in children encompass a wide range of conditions affecting the developing nervous system. Common disorders include epilepsy, characterized by recurrent seizures that can impact a child's daily life and development. Cerebral palsy, a non-progressive disorder, affects movement, posture, and muscle coordination due to brain damage during early life. Autism spectrum disorders, marked by difficulties in social interaction and communication, fall within the neurological realm. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) leads to challenges in sustaining attention, impulse control, and hyperactive behavior. Genetic conditions like Down syndrome affect both cognitive and neurological functions, leading to varying degrees of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Pediatric migraines can be debilitating, causing severe headaches, sensitivity to light, and nausea. Tourette syndrome manifests as involuntary movements and vocalizations, known as tics, that often appear during childhood. Developmental coordination disorder (DCD) affects motor skills, causing difficulties in activities like writing, tying shoelaces, and using utensils https://storage.googleapis.com/master-transformer-9446/Neurological%20Disorders%20In%20Children.mp4

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Dr M Pradeep kumar

Consultant Pediatrician and Geneticist Geneomm Medical Center, Coimbatore

Medical advisor for various parental organizations caring for rare diseases. Convened many CME programmes, Marathons, Camps and public activities to create awareness about rare genetic disorders. National speaker – Indian Academy of Medical Genetics and Indian academy of pediatrics, Invited State speaker from IRIA, Obstetrics and Fetal medicine societies.

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