J-GLOBAL ID:200904048984953340  Research Project code:9800004705 Update date:Nov. 29, 2004

Clinical and neuropathological study on severe psychomotoric disorders and developmental cerebral disorders

Study period:1987 - 0
Organization (1):
Investigating Researcher (1):
Research overview:
Human autopsy specimens are examined for severe psychomotoric disorders, intractable epilepsy, developmental cerebral disorders, and juvenile nerve diseases. Tissue sectios such as large and small sections, electron microscopic sections, Golgi staining, histochemical sating, immune staining and like are prepared to confirm their pathological diagnosis. Their relations to etiology and clinical features are also examined. The purposes are to elucidate occurrence factors of severe psychomotoric disorders and give suggestion for therapy and nursing. To demonstrate neuroscientific findings for neural development, degeneration and aging processes is also the purpose.
Keywords (10):
mental deficiency ,  movement disorder ,  growth period ,  child ,  brain and spinal cord disease ,  pathophysiology ,  human (primates) ,  psychosomatic disabled person ,  autopsy ,  aging(physiology)
Project Organization (1):
  • (J183000000)
Research program: Ordinary Research

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