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dc.description.abstractThe present academic work consists of a bibliographic review developed with the objective of presenting the similarities between the intrauterine and extrauterine behaviors existing in Neonatal Maladjustment Syndrome or equine neonatal encephalopathy in foals and in autism in children. The study covers a vast field that explores the possible causes that may be the reason for the development of these very similar disorders. Will be addressed, which talks about neurosteroids and how their levels affect patients suspected of these disorders. The objective of the present work is to address the supposed origin of the Maladjustment Syndrome in Neonatal Foals (MNS) and of autism in children, with special focus on the role of neurosteroids (allopregnanolone) present during pregnancy. In addition, the work offers an opportunity to make breeders aware of the importance of having a basic knowledge of the first signs of the syndrome, as well as the importance of involving a veterinarian in the initial projects. The sooner the treatment is started, the faster the recovery will be, just like in autistic children. Let's try to answer the question: Allopregnanolone infusion induces neurobehavioral changes in a neonatal foal: is this a clue to the pathogenesis of maladjustment syndrome? In addition, the Squeeze Maneuver, will be addressed as an environmentally beneficial approach.pt_BR
dc.languageengpt_BR
dc.publisherCruzeiro do Sul Educacionalpt_BR
dc.relation.ispartofEXPLORING SIMILARITIES BETWEEN NEONATAL MAJOR ADJUSTMENT SYNDROME IN EQUINES AND AUSTIST SPECTRUM DISORDER IN HUMANS.pt_BR
dc.rightsAcesso Abertopt_BR
dc.subjectBehavior; Autism; Syndrome; Neurosteroids; Squeeze; Horses; Allopregnanolone.pt_BR
dc.titleEXPLORING SIMILARITIES BETWEEN NEONATAL MAJOR ADJUSTMENT SYNDROME IN EQUINES AND AUSTIST SPECTRUM DISORDER IN HUMANS.pt_BR
dc.typeArtigo de Periódicopt_BR
dc.description.resumoO presente trabalho acadêmico consiste em uma revisão bibliográfica desenvolvida com o propósito de apresentar as semelhanças entre os comportamentos intrauterinos e extrauterinos existentes na Síndrome de Desajuste Neonatal ou encefalopatia neonatal equina em potros e o autismo em crianças. O estudo abrange um vasto campo que explora as possíveis causas que podem ser a razão para o desenvolvimento desses distúrbios tão similares. Será abordada uma teoria escrita pelo Dr. John Madigan, Médico Veterinário e professor da Escola de Veterinária da Califórnia, que fala sobre os neuroesteroides e como seus níveis afetam os pacientes suspeitos desses transtornos. O objetivo do presente trabalho é abordar a suposta origem da Síndrome do Mau Ajustamento em Potros Neonatais (SMN) e o autismo em crianças, com foco especial no papel dos neuroesteróides presentes na gestação. Além disso, o trabalho oferece uma oportunidade para conscientizar os criadores sobre a importância de possuir um conhecimento básico acerca dos primeiros sinais da síndrome, bem como a relevância de envolver um veterinário nos estágios iniciais. Quanto mais cedo o tratamento nos potros for iniciado, mais rápida será a recuperação, assim como ocorre nas crianças autistas. Ademais, será abordada a Manobra Squeeze, desenvolvida pelo próprio Dr. John Madigan, como uma abordagem potencialmente benéfica.pt_BR
dc.publisher.countryBrasilpt_BR
dc.publisher.initialsCruzeiro do Sulpt_BR
dc.subject.cnpqNeonatologia Equina; Síndrome do Mau Ajustamento.pt_BR
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