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Children with new-onset epilepsy at high risk for impaired attention and executive function

In a study published May 10, 2016 in Epilepsy & Behavior, attention and executive functions of children with new-onset epilepsy were significantly more often impaired when compared with a healthy population, but less often when compared with children with chronic epilepsy. The risk of impaired cognitive functions was significantly heightened when etiology of epilepsy was …

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