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Over a three year period, 109 children aged 5-17 were diagnosed as having Tourette syndrome. They were all evaluated by a team composed of persons with backgrounds in special education, physiotherapy or neuropsychology, and a paediatrician with experience in child neurology. All the children satisfied the criteria of several motor tics and at least one(More)
  • T Lindback
  • 1998
The aim of the present study is to discuss the terminology pertaining to children and adolescents who have been described as disruptive, hyperactive, inattentive, and impulsive. Review of the literature covering this century reveals that the condition has been given numerous names, which have later been rejected. Initially the focus was on brain damage as(More)
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