Neurotoxicology

Neurotoxicity refers to an unfavourable change in the science, structure, or mechanism of the sensory system following subjection to a physical or a chemical operator. Advances in our understanding of the structure and function of the nervous system have boosted the formation of chemicals and reagents for treating diseases such as Parkinson's syndromeAlzheimer's disease, and mild depression. However, some drugs may lead to abominable nervous system side effects that can limit their utility in disease treatment. The anticancer drugs vincristine and cisplatin detreat the sensory nerves in the fingers and the antibiotic gentamycin can affect hearing.

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