Barbara Karkowska

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UNLABELLED Epilepsy was recognized in 9 of 120 patients with bronchial asthma, aged 7-15 years, hospitalized in the Department of Allergology and Infectious Diseases in the Years 1989-1992. All the children had severe asthma attacks previously, six of them required hospitalisation at Intensive Care Unit. In 8 of the patients grand mal (generalised,(More)
Out of over 100 children with the Lennox-Gastaut syndrome observed in the Outpatient Clinic and Department of Paediatric Neurology, Children's Health Center the authors present 6 cases in which the course of the disease was progressive and devastating. The main signs were astatic-myoclonic and generalized seizures, regression of psychomotor development,(More)
The function of the central nervous system and especially spinal cord and brainstem, were evaluated. Brainstem (BAEPs) and somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) were used with the stimulation of the peroneus nerve in 52 children at the age of 4.4 up to 18 years (mean age 11.9) with chronic bladder dysfunction of various etiology. Abnormal evoked potentials(More)