Neurological Syndrome Case Study

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RARE NEUROLOGICAL SYNDROMES: An Overview

INTRODUCTION: Syndrome is a clinical guide to symptoms and diagnosis, propose a brief useful resources for knowing a subset of neurological clinical features depict a disease or disorder whereas disorder is an abnormal physical or mental condition.[1] Rare neurological syndromes is one of the challenges to public health. Careful analysis of the signs and symptoms can compare with other neurological diseases. The better treatment options and supportive therapies are not well defined in neurological syndromes. WHO and world federation of neurology bring to relate the public issues that associated with neurological syndromes especially in developing countries.[2] Our study emphasizing on the importance of clinical neurological examination, diagnosis and
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