Are morphologic and functional consequences of status epilepticus in infant rats progressive?

@article{Kubov2013AreMA,
  title={Are morphologic and functional consequences of status epilepticus in infant rats progressive?},
  author={Hana Kubov{\'a} and Pavel Mare{\vs}},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={235},
  pages={232-49}
}
The present study examined whether status epilepticus (SE) induced by LiCl-pilocarpine in immature rats (postnatal day [P]12) interferes with normal development; leads to progressive epileptogenesis, or cognitive decline and to pathology similar to that seen in human temporal lobe epilepsy. We correlated the extent of pathologic changes with the severity of functional alterations or epilepsy. SE-induced changes were compared with those of rats with SE induced at P25. Animals of both ages were… CONTINUE READING

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