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system

noun arrangement, artificium, classification, formula, logical process, manner, means, method, modeof management, operation, order, orderliness, orderly combiiation, organization, pattern, plan, policy, practice, procedure, process, program, recipe, regime, regimen, regularity, scheme, settled procedure, state of order, strategy, technique, way
Associated concepts: commercial system, governmental system, judicial system, legal system, retirement system
See also: arrangement, array, avenue, bureaucracy, codification, complex, contrivance, course, development, device, doctrine, form, guide, hierarchy, institute, means, method, mode, modus operandi, opportunity, order, plan, practice, procedure, process, program, rule, scheme, strategy, usage
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But Risperidone's blocking effect on D2 receptors is relatively strong, and it will lead to extrapyramidal system symptoms such as dysmyotonia, tremor, delirium, relentlessness and so on during the treatment; furthermore, Risperidone and its metabolism can block the D2 receptors on the hypothalamic-funnel pathway, which will lead to hyperprolactinemia [13].
The second edition contains extensive updated material including updated sections on cortical dysfunctions, the relationship between the prefrontal cortex and behavior with a new look at the connections with autism, the neurochemistry of the limbic system, and structural organization of the extrapyramidal system.
Topics cover include: Various forms of cortical dysfunctions, such as seizures, disconnection syndrome, coma, and dementia; The role of prefrontal cortex in behavior and attention, introducing the topic of autism; Up-to-date information on the auditory, vestibular, gustatory, and limbic systems; The neurochemistry of the limbic system, memory and associated disorders, and the structural and neuronal circuitry of the hippocampal gyrus; Structural organization and associated pathways of the extrapyramidal system, demonstrating the neurochemical basis of movement disorders, and more.