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adj.1.acting upon or influencing nervous functions; - of chemical substances.
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Due to the fact that both MC and NMS have similar biochemical and neuropharmacologic disturbances, similar clinical features can be seen in both disorders.
Current neuropharmacologic interventions for the management of brain injury agitation.
"Given the mounting data that the immune system may contribute both to the development of neuropsychiatric disease as well as the maintenance of neuronal integrity, there is increasing need to (1) test neuropharmacologic strategies that target the nervous system to treat neuropsychiatric disorders such as depression and (2) develop better biomarkers to measure the relative status of the immunologic response.
It may also have significant neuropharmacologic effects on the synthesis, release and metabolism of a range of neurochemicals, including serotonin and acetylcholine at the central level and histamine and prostagladins at the peripheral level.
These validated cognitive assessment tools (available at were chosen for their proven sensitivity to small cognitive changes because of disease or neuropharmacologic therapy.
Local administration of DOPAL destroys substantia nigra neurons (4); however, subacute neuropharmacologic manipulations expected to increase striatal DOPAL generation do not affect local dopaminergic innervation (10).
In fact, investigations into the neuropharmacologic action of chloroquine have only recently been published (O'Shaughnessy et al.
Dextromethorphan is a nonopioid antitussive, but it also has a number of other neuropharmacologic properties.