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Neuroprotection in Miscellaneous Neurological Disorders

  • Kewal K. Jain
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Abstract

Several neurological disorders that are not covered in the preceding chapters result in damage to the brain requiring neuroprotection. In addition to this several systemic disorders have neurological manifestations due to damage to the nervous system. Nuroprotective strategies for these disorders are also described in this chapter.

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  • Kewal K. Jain
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  1. 1.Jain PharmaBiotechBaselSwitzerland

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