Gail D Burack

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Antiepileptic drugs have been reported to have a variety of adverse effects on behavior and performance in children with epilepsy. Previous studies investigating these side effects, however, have not controlled for the baseline status of the child (e.g. underlying neurological condition, seizure type, socioeconomic status, family variables), making it(More)
AIM Epilepsy is associated with difficulties in cognition and behavior in children. These problems have been attributed to genetics, ongoing seizures, psychosocial issues, underlying abnormality of the brain, and/or antiepileptic drugs. In a previous study, we found baseline cognitive differences between children with partial versus generalized and(More)
OBJECTIVE As treatment options for epilepsy have increased, there has been a commensurate increase in interest in the side effect profiles of these drugs. METHODS In this study, children between the ages of 6 and 17 with a diagnosis of new-onset, idiopathic epilepsy were evaluated at baseline (n=57) and 6 (n=45) and 12 (n=31) months after initiation of(More)
  • Al-Akhras, A Hasan, Al-Omari, I Darmani, H Et Albiss, H Takebe +15 others
  • 2013
Influence of a 60 Hz, 3 microT, electromagnetic field on the somatic maturation of wistar rat offspring fed a regional basic diet during pregnancy. Braz J Biol 68, 641-648. Extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure affects fertilization outcome in swine animal model. The effects of prenatal exposure to a 60-Hz high-intensity electric field on(More)
  • Al-Akhras, A Hasan, Al-Omari, I Darmani, H Et Albiss, H Takebe +20 others
  • 2013
Influence of a 60 Hz, 3 microT, electromagnetic field on the somatic maturation of wistar rat offspring fed a regional basic diet during pregnancy. Braz J Biol 68, 641-648. Extremely low frequency electromagnetic field exposure affects fertilization outcome in swine animal model. The effects of prenatal exposure to a 60-Hz high-intensity electric field on(More)
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