We cannot say whether attention deficit hyperactivity disorder exists, but we can find its molecular mechanisms.

@article{Segal2014WeCS,
  title={We cannot say whether attention deficit hyperactivity disorder exists, but we can find its molecular mechanisms.},
  author={Michael M. Segal},
  journal={Pediatric neurology},
  year={2014},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={
          15-6
        }
}

ADHD (ATTENTION DEFFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER)--A TROUBLING ENTITY, SOMETIMES PERPETUATING DURING ADULT LIFE.

Management of ADHD is including behavioral therapies and medication, alone or combined, and Stimulant medications such as amphetamine represent the therapy of choice, being effective in 80% of the cases.

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The Myth of Attention Deficit- Hyperactivity Disorder: Symptoms Resulting from Multiple Causes

This issue of the Journal of Child Neurology presents the second of a new series of controversial issues in child neurology, the format consists of an initial position paper, which is circulated.

Hypokalemic Sensory Overstimulation

2 generations of a family with symptoms of sensory overstimulation that exhibit a potassium sensitivity similar to that seen in hypokalemic periodic paralysis are described, raising the possibility of subtypes of attention deficit disorder that have a peripheral sensory cause and novel forms of therapy.

ADHD Does Not Exist