Absence of cognitive impairment at long-term follow-up in adolescents treated with ECT for severe mood disorder.

@article{Cohen2000AbsenceOC,
  title={Absence of cognitive impairment at long-term follow-up in adolescents treated with ECT for severe mood disorder.},
  author={David Jacques Cohen and Olivier Taieb and M F. Flament and Nicole E. Benoit and Sylvie Chevret and Maurice Corcos and Philippe Fossati and Philippe Jeammet and Jean François Allilaire and Michel Basquin},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={2000},
  volume={157 3},
  pages={460-2}
}
OBJECTIVE Cognitive functions of adolescents treated with ECT for mood disorder were evaluated at long-term follow-up. METHOD At an average of 3.5 years (SD=1.7) after the last ECT, 10 subjects treated during adolescence with bilateral ECT for severe mood disorder completed a clinical and cognitive evaluation, including the California Verbal Learning Test and Squire's Subjective Memory Questionnaire. The same assessments were given to 10 psychiatric comparison subjects matched for sex, age… CONTINUE READING

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