Iraqi Refugees Have High Risk of Neurologic Disorders

June 2011
Neurology Reviews;Jun2011, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p1
The article focuses on the high risk of neurologic disorders in Iraqi refugees. It mentions that one out of six refugees who seek medical assistance is diagnosed with neurologic disorders, which is also evident for refugees with a history of torture. It notes that despite the high number of refugees suffering from neurologic disorders, only a small portion of the population is treated and provided with health education by neurologists.


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