Species Differences

Profound differences in brain geometry, craniospinal angle, gyral complexity, and white to gray matter ratio are well-characterized differences between the human CNS and the brains of laboratory animals. In addition to these anatomical differences, more subtle alterations in the physiologic responses to the traumatic insult, neurotransmitter receptor distribution, or genomic differences must be considered before data obtained in experimental research are translated into clinical concepts. The situation becomes even more complex because profound differences in the behavioral and histopathological responses to TBI within different rodent strains have been described and are additionally influenced by the age of the animal and its laboratory environment.

Adult Dyslexia

Adult Dyslexia

This is a comprehensive guide covering the basics of dyslexia to a wide range of diagnostic procedures and tips to help you manage with your symptoms. These tips and tricks have been used on people with dyslexia of every varying degree and with great success. People just like yourself that suffer with adult dyslexia now feel more comfortable and relaxed in social and work situations.

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