Clinical Neurological Research in ChildrenAuthor(s): Bella Brown
Child neurology has evolved into a specialty of cutting-edge treatments targeted at curing disease at its source. The authors of this article discuss some of the most modern treatments that have changed degenerative and deadly ailments into chronic illnesses. Therapy in child neurology has a bright future, and practising child neurologists must comprehend the concepts of these novel therapies. The molecular understanding of the pathogenic pathways behind children's neurologic illnesses has sparked a tremendous period of research into disease aetiology. This research's promise has come true in the form of cures and therapies that address underlying deficits. The rapid pace at which new research is being presented promises to herald in a shift in child neurology from a diagnostic and supporting discipline to one that is interventional.