Monitoring and Assessment of Neuropsychological Outcomes as a Standard of Care in Pediatric Oncology

@article{Annett2015MonitoringAA,
  title={Monitoring and Assessment of Neuropsychological Outcomes as a Standard of Care in Pediatric Oncology},
  author={R. Annett and Sunita K Patel and S. Phipps},
  journal={Pediatric Blood \& Cancer},
  year={2015},
  volume={62}
}
Central nervous system cancers or exposure to CNS‐directed therapies increase risk for neuropsychological deficits. There are no accepted guidelines for assessment of neuropsychological functioning in this population. A multifaceted literature search was conducted and relevant literature reviewed to inform the guidelines. Studies of neuropsychological outcomes are widely documented in the pediatric oncology literature. There is strong evidence of need for neuropsychological assessment, but… Expand
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