Andrea B. Klausner

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A series of neuropsychological tests were given every 6 months to children with renal failure for up to 4 testing periods. Controls matched to the renal failure children were also given the same series. Associations between various neuropsychological variables for both the renal and control subjects were estimated and compared by a generalized growth curve(More)
Forty-five children with renal failure who were either being medically managed, receiving dialysis (hemodialysis or continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis) therapy or who had received successful kidney transplants were longitudinally examined on multiple neuropsychological measures. A variety of medical parameters was also obtained at each time of(More)
To assess the effects of changing therapy for treatment of chronic renal failure on cognitive function, 56 renal failure children were matched to healthy control subjects. Neuropsychological tests were administered every 6 months for up to four testing sessions. The renal subjects had reduced function on medical management, were being dialyzed or had(More)
Fifty-six children with chronic renal failure who either received a kidney transplant, were hemodialyzed or peritoneally dialyzed, or who were being medically managed were given a series of neuropsychological tests every 6 months for a total of four testing sessions. Each child was matched by age, sex, and race to healthy children who received the same(More)
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