G J Horn

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BACKGROUND Non-convulsive status epilepticus (NCSE) is status epilepticus without obvious tonic-clonic activity. Patients with NCSE have altered mental state. An EEG is needed to confirm the diagnosis, but obtaining an EEG on every patient with altered mental state is not practical. OBJECTIVE To determine whether clinical features could be used to predict(More)
This study evaluated the strengths and limitations of the Short Category Test, Booklet Format, (SCT) in neuropsychological examination following acute traumatic brain injury (TBI) Participants included 30 TBI patients and 30 neurologically normal controls ranging in age from 19-43 years Each subject was matched according to age, race, and education SCT(More)
Comparisons between the East Boston Memory Test (EBMT), a brief verbal memory measure used in epidemiological studies with dementia, selected Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised (WMS-R) subtests, and the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) were investigated with 23 geriatric patients diagnosed with dementia. Significant correlations between the EBMT and WMS-R(More)
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