Andrew J Saltarelli

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Atypical clinical and/or EEG presentation may complicate the diagnosis of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME). To assess the sensitivity of a standard EEG recording, we retrospectively evaluated the EEG performed at their first referral in 56 consecutive JME patients first seen between 1986 and 1992 (26 M, 30 F, aged 12-53, mean 24.4, with onset of JME at age(More)
Sudanese unaccompanied minors were separated from their parents in childhood and lived apart from their families in refugee camps for close to a decade before being resettled in the United States. This phenomenological study examines the refugees' experiences of living in American foster families after living in peer groups in the camps. Interviews with 18(More)
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