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Neuropsychological Functions in Idiopathic Occipital Lobe Epilepsy
Summary: Purpose: Despite the benign prognoses of idiopathic partial epilepsies, particularly regarding the response of seizures to treatment, some evidence now exists that patients with suchExpand
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Theory of Mind and Neurodevelopmental Disorders of Childhood
  • B. Korkmaz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Pediatric Research
  • 1 May 2011
To a large extent, the human infant is socialized through the acquisition of a specific cognitive mechanism known as theory of mind (ToM), a term which is currently used to explain a related set ofExpand
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Benign rolandic epilepsy: neuropsychological findings
Benign rolandic epilepsy (BRE) is a partial idiopathic epilepsy of childhood presenting with a nocturnal seizure and with a typical EEG showing centrotemporal spike and multifocal or generalizedExpand
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Functional deficiencies of sulfite oxidase: Differential diagnoses in neonates presenting with intractable seizures and cystic encephalomalacia
Sulfite oxidase is a mitochondrial enzyme encoded by the SUOX gene and essential for the detoxification of sulfite which results mainly from the catabolism of sulfur-containing amino acids. DecreasedExpand
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First-trimester crown-rump length affects birth size symmetrically
Abstract Objective: To investigate the relationship between crown-rump length (CRL) and birth weight, length and head circumference of the newborn. Methods: From a database of delivery records of 12Expand
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The consequences of idiopathic partial epilepsies in relation to neuropsychological functioning: a closer look at the associated mathematical disability.
Although the seizure prognosis is mostly favorable in idiopathic partial epilepsies, there is some empirical evidence showing that subtle neuropsychological impairments, with a consequent risk ofExpand
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Quality of Life of Children with Learning Disabilities: A Comparison of Self-Reports and Proxy Reports
This study aimed to explore how children with learning disabilities (LD) perceive their quality of life (QoL) and to compare self-reports and proxy reports regarding their QoL. Children with LD,Expand
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Infantile autism: adult outcome.
  • B. Korkmaz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Seminars in clinical neuropsychiatry
  • 1 July 2000
Although the core features of autism do not change qualitatively, a gradual overall symptomatic improvement including an increase in adaptive skills is observed in most cases with age. Follow-upExpand
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Migration Abnormality in the Left Cingulate Gyrus Presenting With Autistic Disorder
Autism, characterized by an impairment in communication, including language, narrowly focused interests, and poor sociability, is a neurodevelopmental disorder of still largely unknown pathogenesis.Expand
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Food faddism causing vision loss in an autistic child.
Eating disorders are common in autism, a neurodevelopmental disorder that is characterized by social interaction deficiency, communication problems and stereotypic behaviours. The spectrum of eatingExpand
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