5 edition of Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children found in the catalog.
Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children
Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-229) and index.
|Statement||Thierry Deonna, Elaine Roulet-Perez, editor ; preface by Jean Aicardi.|
|Series||Clinics in developmental medicine -- 168, Clinics in developmental medicine -- no. 168.|
|Contributions||Deonna, Thierry., Roulet-Perez, Elaine.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
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The authors write: “In developmental disorders with cognitive‐behavioural problems of suspected epileptic origin (because of paroxysmal EEG discharges) the relationship between the clinical disorder and epilepsy is most often uncertain, and the evidence of a direct link can be proven only with a Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children. [Thierry Deonna; Eliane Roulet-Perez] -- "Different kinds of epilepsy in children - a frequent and often curable disorder - have a variety of effects on the child's behaviour and cognitive development.
This book, based on. Cognitive and Behavioural Disorders of Epileptic Origin in Children by Jean Aicardi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Get this from a library. Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children.
[Thierry Deonna; Eliane Roulet-Perez]. epilepsy surgery ln children: an opportunity to study the direct role of epilepsy in cognitive disturbances ii. epilepsy and mental retardation:the role of epilepsy developmental disorders and epilepsy i3.
neuropsychologicalevaluation of cognitive-behavioural effects of. Edited by Thierry Deonna, Elaine Roulet-Perez. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,pp£50 (US$90 (approx.); €75 (approx.)) (hardback).
ISBN Many children with epilepsy have learning, behaviour, or development problems. Other children with epilepsy seem to be unaffected with these difficulties. Why is this. Could the epileptic discharges themselves cause Cited by: 1. The authors write: “In developmental disorders with cognitive‐behavioural problems of suspected epileptic origin (because of paroxysmal EEG discharges) the relationship between the clinical disorder and epilepsy is most often uncertain, and the evidence of a direct link can be proven only with a positive drug trial.
Michael Trimble and Bettina Schmitz have assembled an international team of experts to review the most recent findings and explore the interface between epilepsy and behavior disorders. The authors discuss the classifications available and examine how adequate they are for defining the subtleties of behavioral changes in patients with neurological disorders.
Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children. Author(s) Deonna T., Roulet Perez E. P Jardine. Cognitive and behavioural disorders of epileptic origin in children, Edited by Thierry Deonna, Elaine Roulet-Perez (Arch Dis Child ;).This book review is published by Mac Keith Press, not Cambridge University Press as published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: P Jardine. Clinical note. Epileptic encephalopathies are severe brain disorders in which the epileptic electrical discharges may contribute to progressive psychomotor dysfunction.
1–14 They are a group of nosologies that are related to early age and manifest with EEG paroxysmal activity that is often aggressive, seizures that are commonly multi-form and intractable, cognitive, behavioural and Cited by: 7.
Studies on behavioral problemsin children with epilepsy have been limited in ive To compare behavioral disorders in children withepilepsy to those in normal children, and to assess. Introduction. A recurring question is whether some children with an autism spectrum disorder, especially those who had a history of regression, which always involves language, and who have epileptiform EEG abnormalities, could actually have suffered an early form of Landau–Kleffner syndrome (LKS).Relevant aspects of this issue are illustrated by the following “problem case” and Cited by: Landau-Kleffner syndrome (LKS) is a rare childhood neurological syndrome.
It is characterised by a sudden or gradual loss of ability to understand of express language (aphasia) and usually occurs in children between the ages of 3 and 7 years.
Rolandic epilepsy is the most common epilepsy syndrome in childhood with involvement of the oropharyngeal manifestations, hypersalivation and arrest of. Nineteen healthy girls (n = 6) and boys (n = 13), age range between and years (meanSD ) participated as a control boys were left‐handed.
Children with any epileptiform discharges on EEG or any personal or family history of epilepsy or developmental delay, especially in speech, neurologic, or psychiatric disorders were by: Aim The purpose of this review was to examine the possible pathophysiological links between epilepsy, cognition, sleep macro‐ and microstructure, and sleep disorders to highlight the contributions and interactions of sleep and epilepsy on cognitive functioning in children with epilepsy.
Method PubMed was used as the medical database source. No language restriction was placed on Cited by: Epilepsy is one of the most common CNS disorders affecting children, with approximately 5% to 10% of children having a seizure during the first two decades of life and 1% developing epilepsy.
Childhood epilepsy is a particular concern to psychiatrists because of Cited by: Cognitive and Behavioural processes influencing diss ociation Cognitive therapy is underpinned by an understanding and formulation of the cognitive processes maintaining the problem. Read Book Non-Epileptic Childhood Paroxysmal Disorders Read Online Diagnosis and Treatment of Epileptic Seizure Disorders Ernst Niedermeyer.
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The classification is often given to students after conducting a Functional Specialty: Psychiatry, psychology. Up to one fifth of patients who present to specialist clinics with seizures do not have epilepsy.
The majority of such patients suffer from psychologically mediated episodes; dissociative seizures, often referred to as “non-epileptic seizures”. This paper describes the diagnostic evaluation of seizure disorders, including clinical assessment and the role of special by: [Read Book] Non-Epileptic Childhood Paroxysmal Disorders EBook.
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