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Essay Galaxy - Tourett’s Syndrome Tourett’s Syndrome

Tourett’s Syndrome (TS) was first described over a hundred years ago by a French neurologist by the name of George Gilles de la Tourette (“Faqs About TS” 1). Tourette Syndrome is a condition that affects roughly 200, 000 people in the United States (Bower 133). In this research paper I will describe Tourette Syndrome, what it does to people, and the treatments. In Tourette Syndrome, drugs that block the action of the chemical messenger dopamine in the brain often quell the systems. Researchers have obtained anatomical evidence linking the syndrome to super-sensitivity of a certain class of dopamine receptors in the candate nucleus, a brain structure implicated in the control of intentional action (Bower 133). Tourette Syndrome is inherited as a single autosomal dominant gene ....

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