Behavioral Neurology

The impact of neurological damage and disease on behaviour, memory, and cognition is studied in behavioural neurology, a specialisation of neurology. Neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology are two areas related to behavioural neurology. Three types of clinical syndromes are covered by behavioural neurology: 1) brain diseases impacting cognition and behaviour, both diffuse and multifocal 2) Neurobehavioral syndromes linked with localised brain lesions, and 3) neurological illnesses with neuropsychiatric symptoms. These syndromic categories can be split into neurodegenerative) and systemic toxic-metabolic brain illnesses based on their aetiology. A behavioural neurologist investigates and treats cognitive and behavioural problems caused by a brain illness or damage.

•    Cognitive Rehabilitation
•    Geriatric Behavioral Neurology
•    Childhood-Onset Neurobehavioral Disorders
•    Neuropsychiatry
•    Autoimmune and inflammatory encephalopathies
•    Meningoencephalopathy
•    Prion disorders

Market Analysis:The global market for behavioural neurology is predicted to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.5 percent from $33.3 billion in 2019 to $39.4 billion in 2024. The availability of a disproportionately high number of products and services in behaviour analysis utilising various animal models is projected to fuel this segment's growth. Because of its applicability in chronic brain dysfunction analysis utilising static markers, neural activity implants are projected to account for significant increase in the segment of stereotaxic procedures.

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