Biomedical Science & Research Journals | New world Neuropsychiatry

The actual curricula of medical schools and hospitals in cerebral cortical and subcortical dysfunctions, demands through the DSM and other instruments such as immunology, infectiology, endocrinology, imageology and the microbiota which constitutes a big percentage of ourselves, at least in the creation of subspecialties in Neuroscience devoted to the notion that Neuropsychiatric pathology is broader than we think.


The relation of our central nervous system with the intestinal nervous system through mainly the vagus, should be studied from macroscopic studies, microscopic and ultrastructure characteristics, functional studies, particularly, the detection of neuropeptides that through blood, blood brain barrier, vagus nerve and lymph reach the central nervous system and modify neurophysiology, and prorogue clinical manifestations of disease mimicking; and broadening the spectra of neuropsychiatric disorders.

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