This panel identifies specific genetic variants that can influence the development of ADHD. It is a helpful tool in confirming an ADHD diagnosis.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is widespread and is estimated to affect almost every tenth child of school age. Boys have ADHD about twice as often as girls. It can manifest itself in different ways. Patients are either mainly unconcentrated, predominantly hyperactive, or both unconcentrated and hyperactive. Depending on the severity of the disorder, ADHD can have a more or less strong influence on the daily lives of those affected and their fellow human beings.