M S Reardon

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship of frontal lobe lesions and neuropsychologic performance in school-aged children to determine whether damage to frontal regions results in specific cognitive sequelae. BACKGROUND The role of the frontal lobes in executive function remains incompletely understood, particularly in children. METHOD This(More)
Neurobehavioral dysfunction occurs in children with craniopharyngioma, both before and after treatment, and its impact on outcome may not be fully appreciated. Also unclear is whether neurobehavioral outcome relates more to tumor location or surgical factors. We reviewed the records of 20 children with craniopharyngioma who were seen between 1983 and 1995.(More)
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