Neurotoxicology

It is branch that is concerned with the study of effect of poison on nervous system. Neurotoxins are substances that affect the normal activity of the nervous system and cause damage to nervous tissue. Neurotoxicity can result from exposure to substances used drug therapies, chemotherapy, radiation treatment, and certain drug abuse. Common symptoms can include loss of memory, concentration, mental processing speed, sleep, compulsive behaviors anxiety, depression, fatigue, numbness of the hands and feet and cognitive and behavioral problems and sexual dysfunction. Individuals with certain disorders may be especially vulnerable to neurotoxins.

  • Prognosis
  • Mechanisms of Neurotoxicity
  • Lead exposure
  • Neurotransmission associated Toxicity

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