Long-term psychosocial outcome in typical absence epilepsy. Sometimes a wolf in sheeps' clothing.

Abstract

OBJECTIVES To determine whether young adults in whom typical absence epilepsy has been diagnosed in childhood have greater psychosocial difficulties than those with a non-neurologic chronic disease and to decide which seizure-related factors predict poor psychosocial outcome. DESIGN Population-based, inception cohort study. SETTING The only tertiary… (More)

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