John-Adubasim-2019

Authors: John-Adubasim Ijeoma C and Ugwu Chinelo J.

Article: Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Comorbidity: A Rule Rather than an Exception.

Publication: Archives in Neurology and Neuroscience (Iris Publishers). Volume 4 - Issue 2 2019

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Abstract

Different neurological Conditions that result from a disorder in a particular part of the brain may co-occur. Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty which is neurological in nature and comorbid with other neurological conditions. Several studies have shown that this apparent co- occurrence is expected between dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia as well as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This article considers the various definition and literature on the existence and comorbidity of these conditions. It is therefore recommended that assessments for these conditions should not be made in isolation to rule off misdiagnosis and enable proper support and treatment

Tagged as: comorbidity and neurodiversity

Citation:

John-Adubasim Ijeoma C, Ugwu Chinelo J. Dyslexia, Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Comorbidity: A Rule Rather than an Exception. Arch Neurol & Neurosci. 4(2): 2019. ANN.MS.ID.000585.

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