Acute cognitive effects of nonconvulsive difficult-to-detect epileptic seizures and epileptiform electroencephalographic discharges.

@article{Aldenkamp2001AcuteCE,
  title={Acute cognitive effects of nonconvulsive difficult-to-detect epileptic seizures and epileptiform electroencephalographic discharges.},
  author={Albert P. Aldenkamp and Johan Arends and T C Overweg-Plandsoen and K C van Bronswijk and A Schyns-Soeterboek and I Lind{\'e}n and Leonie Diepman},
  journal={Journal of child neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={119-23}
}
This study compares the acute cognitive effects of short nonconvulsive seizures with the effects of interictal epileptiform electroencephalographic (EEG) discharges in children. The study is a prospective, standardized, nonrandomized, and open clinical comparative study. Eligible patients were included when they had (a) unclear seizures and fluctuations in cognitive performance and (b) frequent epileptiform EEG discharges in a recent EEG. All children were assessed with EEG/video (Brainlab… CONTINUE READING

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