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EPILEPSY AND CHILDHOOD AUTISM - with special reference to neuropsychiatric aspects on surgical interventions for medically intractable epilepsy
Epilepsy is much more common in individuals with autism than in the general population. The extent to which epilepsy influences the outcome of autism is poorly understood. Many children with medically intractable epilepsy ...
Autism Spectrum Disorders in preschool children: cognitive aspects and interventions
Aim: The overarching aims of this thesis were to (a) gain further insight into the developmental/cognitive aspects of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in young children, and (b) assess outcome after interventions of varying ...
Narcolepsy in children: Relationship to the H1N1 influenza vaccination, association with psychiatric and cognitive impairments and consequences in daily life
Background/aims: Narcolepsy is a lifelong sleep disorder with an onset most frequently in the second decade of life. The cardinal symptoms are excessive daytime sleepiness, cataplexy, hypnagogic and hypnopompic hallucinations ...