Effects of Surgical Side and Site on Mood and Behavior Outcome in Children with Pharmacoresistant Epilepsy

@inproceedings{Andresen2014EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Surgical Side and Site on Mood and Behavior Outcome in Children with Pharmacoresistant Epilepsy},
  author={Elizabeth N. Andresen and Maya J. Ramirez and Kevin H. Kim and Ava B. Dorfman and Jennifer S. Haut and Patricia A. Klaas and Lara E. Jehi and Katherine Shea and William E. Bingaman and Robyn M. Busch},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2014}
}
Children with epilepsy have a high rate of mood and behavior problems; yet few studies consider the emotional and behavioral impact of surgery. No study to date has been sufficiently powered to investigate effects of both side (left/right) and site (temporal/frontal) of surgery. One hundred patients (aged 6-16) and their families completed measures of depression, anxiety, and behavioral function as part of neuropsychological evaluations before and after surgery for pharmacoresistant epilepsy… CONTINUE READING
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