The course of neurocognitive functioning in high-grade glioma patients.

@article{Bosma2007TheCO,
  title={The course of neurocognitive functioning in high-grade glioma patients.},
  author={Ingeborg Bosma and Maaike J. Vos and Jan J. Heimans and Martin J. B. Taphoorn and Neil K Aaronson and Tjeerd J. Postma and Henk M. van der Ploeg and Martin R Muller and W. Peter Vandertop and Ben J. Slotman and Martin Klein},
  journal={Neuro-oncology},
  year={2007},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={53-62}
}
We evaluated the course of neurocognitive functioning in newly diagnosed high-grade glioma patients and specifically the effect of tumor recurrence. Following baseline assessment (after surgery and before radiotherapy), neurocognitive functioning was evaluated at 8 and 16 months. Neurocognitive summary measures were calculated to detect possible deficits in the domains of (1) information processing, (2) psychomotor function, (3) attention, (4) verbal memory, (5) working memory, and (6… CONTINUE READING