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Nervous System and Brain

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Signs and Symptoms: Neurologic Manifestations | Pain | Information Processing Disorders | Language Disorders | Learning Disorders | Perceptual Disorders

Central Nervous System: Brain Diseases | Brain Injury | Infections | Malformations | Spinal Cord Diseases | Spinal Cord Injury

Other Diseases and Disorders: Autoimmune Nervous System Diseases | Autonomic Nervous System Diseases | Cranial Nerve Disorders | Degenerative Nervous System Diseases | Dementias | Headache and Migraine | Motor Neuron Diseases | Movement Disorders | Peripheral Nerve Disorders | Sleep Disorders

Other Topics: General Nervous System and Brain | Anatomy | Diagnostic Procedures | Neural Transplantation | Surgery

Learning Disorders

(Jump to: General Information | Learning Disabilities in Adults | Organizations

Specific Learning Disorders: Dyscalculia | Dysgraphia | Dyslexia | Dyspraxia )

National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)
Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA)

General Information
Learning Disorders:Merck Manual, Home Edition
What Are Learning Disabilities:NCLD
LD Basics:LD Online
LDIndex of Topics:LD Online
Seeing the Signs (of a learning disability):LDA
Information for Parents:LDA
Information for Teachers:LDA
Learning Disorders:MedlinePlus

Learning Disabilities in Adults
Adults with Learning Disabilities: An Overview:LDA
Learning Disabilities in Adulthood:NCLD
Adults With LD:LD Online
College & College Prep:LD Online
Information for Adults:LDA

What is Dyscalculia? (Learning Disabilities Involving Math):NCLD
Math:LD Online

Writing & Spelling:LD Online

Dyslexia (Difficulties with Reading, Writing, Spelling):NCLD
Understanding Dyslexia:Nemours Foundation
FAQs About Dyslexia:International Dyslexia Association

Developmental Dyspraxia:NINDS
See also Brain and Nervous System, Apraxia

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