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Neuropsychological function in children with primary complex motor stereotypies
Complex motor stereotypies (CMS) are patterned, repetitive, rhythmic, and involuntary movements that persist over time. They are divided into two subgroups dependent on the presence of otherExpand
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An infantile‐onset, severe, yet sporadic seizure pattern is common in Sturge‐Weber syndrome
The young age of onset and frequently intractable nature of seizures associated with Sturge‐Weber syndrome (SWS) have been well‐reported in large studies. However, many clinicians also anecdotallyExpand
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Neuropsychological Features and Risk Factors in Children With Sturge-Weber Syndrome: Four Case Reports
Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) is a rare neurocutaneous disorder involving facial capillary malformation (port-wine birthmark) and vascular malformation of the brain that is frequently associated withExpand
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Behavioral and Psychiatric Features of Sturge-Weber Syndrome
Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is characterized by seizures, port-wine birthmarks, vascular malformations, and rarely studied psychobehavioral features. This study describes a small group of outpatientsExpand
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Central hypothyroidism and Sturge-Weber syndrome.
Sturge-Weber syndrome is a rare disorder manifesting with a facial port-wine birthmark and a vascular malformation of the brain. Infants and children present with seizures and stroke-like episodesExpand
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Hemiparesis Is a Clinical Correlate of General Adaptive Dysfunction in Children and Adolescents with Sturge-Weber Syndrome
This study sought to identify neurologic correlates of adaptive functioning in individuals with Sturge-Weber syndrome. A total of 18 children, adolescents, and young adults with Sturge-Weber syndromeExpand
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Sturge-Weber syndrome: ear, nose, and throat issues and neurologic status.
The pathophysiology of Sturge-Weber syndrome is poorly understood, and ear, nose, and throat involvement is possible. These issues can result in frequent illnesses or airway obstruction, affectingExpand
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Developmental Trajectory of Motor Deficits in Preschool Children with ADHD
ABSTRACT Motor deficits persisting into childhood (>7 years) are associated with increased executive and cognitive dysfunction, likely due to parallel neural circuitry. This study assessed theExpand
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Efficacy of Parent-Delivered, Home-Based Therapy for Tics.
BACKGROUND Although behavioral therapy is an effective approach to reduce tics in children and adults, there is an insufficient availability and accessibility of behavioral therapy in the community.Expand