L J Heifetz

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The effect of epilepsy and anti-epileptic treatment on neonatal outcome was investigated in 86 pregnancies terminating in delivery. Various maternal and neonatal parameters were considered. Each infant born to an epileptic mother was double-matched with two infants born to healthy mothers and the results were submitted for statistical analysis. Infants of(More)
In drawing entirely different conclusions from the same bank of data, Conroy saw consistent evidence favoring the alternative CLAs over the small ICFs in Pennsylvania while Crinella et al. found a large regression artifact produced by matching the ICF and CLA residents on adaptive behavior scores. Ten areas of flawed logic, analysis, and interpretation have(More)
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