Neuropharmacology & Neurotherapeutics
Drug-induced neurologic disorders
Drug-induced neurologic disorders are unintended adverse effects on the nervous system caused by drugs or associated with drug use. Adverse drug reactions are categorized into 3 groups: drug related, allergic reactions, and idiosyncratic reactions. The adverse effects may be reversible by discontinuation of the suspected drug, but neurologic damage may persist in some cases.
Sep. 18, 2021