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Twenty 6- to 17-year-old children with neurofibromatosis 1. (NF1) were compared to 20 age- and sex-matched siblings on a wide range of neuropsychological and behavioral dimensions. In familial cases, diagnostic status was confirmed by gene linkage with greater than 98% accuracy. Visual examinations that included assessments of visual evoked responses (VER)(More)
We investigated the natural history of Williams syndrome (WS), including physical characteristics and cognitive, academic language, sensory integration, and adaptive and maladaptive behavior in 32 patients (age 3 to 30 years). These patients were available for psychoeducational testing, parent interview, medical and educational record review, and behavioral(More)
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