Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is one of the least understood medical conditions. With specific test available, misdiagsis is common and the results can be devastating for both the parents and the child. Because one can agree on a single definition for the disorder, confusion is rampant and treatment is only mildly successful at best. Attention Deficit Disorder Misdiagsis addresses these problems in a systematic and logical fashion. It presents a battery of tests for properly diagsing ADD, stresses its relationship to brain behavior and proposes practical treatment solutions. Written by an expert in the field who also happens to be the mother of an ADD child, it presents a unique perspective on this complex yet all too pervasive disorder. This is an essential text for doctors, parents and any individual working with an ADD child or adult. It will also help professionals in related disciplines approach ADD as a biochemical medical disorder and understand the reasons for its inherent complexity and frequent misdiagsis.