Nonconvulsive electrographic seizures are common in children with abusive head trauma*.

  title={Nonconvulsive electrographic seizures are common in children with abusive head trauma*.},
  author={Daphne M Hasbani and Alexis A. Topjian and Stuart H. Friess and Todd J Kilbaugh and Robert A. Berg and Cindy W. Christian and Dennis J. Dlugos and Jimmy W Huh and Nicholas Scott Abend},
  journal={Pediatric critical care medicine : a journal of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies},
  volume={14 7},
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of nonconvulsive seizures in children with abusive head trauma. DESIGN Retrospective study of children with abusive head trauma undergoing clinically indicated continuous electroencephalographic monitoring. SETTING PICU of a tertiary care hospital. SUBJECTS Children less than or equal to 2 years old with evidence of abusive head trauma determined by neuroimaging, physical examination, and determination of abuse by the Child Protection Team… CONTINUE READING
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