Psychosis after resection of ganglioglioma or DNET: evidence for an association.

@article{Andermann1999PsychosisAR,
  title={Psychosis after resection of ganglioglioma or DNET: evidence for an association.},
  author={Lisa F Andermann and Ghislaine Savard and H. J. Meencke and R. Mclachlan and Shlomo Moshe and Frederick Andermann},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={1999},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={83-7}
}
PURPOSE David Taylor and Murray Falconer suggested that some patients may develop a psychotic illness after resection of a ganglioglioma that led to intractable seizures. They implied that the mechanism of this association remained unclear. This concept is currently not universally accepted (M. Trimble, personal communication). METHODS We studied six children or young adults from four centers who developed psychosis after resection of a ganglioglioma or dysembryoplastic neuroepithelioma (DNET… CONTINUE READING
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