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Learning disability and epilepsy. 1, towards common outcome measures.

Abstract:

A major component of the population of people who have epilepsy are people with a learning disability. As a group, such individuals often have complex epilepsy which is refractory to treatment. Current available measures to assess the outcomes of therapeutic interventions in epilepsy are based on seizure frequency, seizure severity and quality-of-life measures, but have not been validated in people with a learning disability. Thus, we do not know if such measures of outcome serve the needs of...

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Journal:
Seizure
Volume:
6
Issue:
5
Pages:
331-336
Publication date:
1997-10-05
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EISSN:
1532-2688
ISSN:
1059-1311
URN:
uuid:5a8d76f6-64e1-4fa9-a121-766a3ffbb52d
Source identifiers:
387461
Local pid:
pubs:387461

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