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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The Relevance Of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms And Cognitive Problems In New-onset Epilepsy - Current Knowledge And Understanding
Author: Pohlmann-Eden
B.; Aldenkamp
A.; Baker
G. A.; Brandt
C.; Cendes
F.; Coras
R.; Crocker
C. E.; Helmstaedter
C.; Jones-Gotman
M.; Kanner
A. M.; Mazarati
A.; Mula
M.; Smith
M. L.; Omisade
A.; Tellez-Zenteno
J.; Hermann
B. P.
Abstract: Neurobehavioral and cognition problems are highly prevalent in epilepsy, but most research studies to date have not adequately addressed the precise nature of the relationship between these comorbidities and seizures. To address this complex issue and to facilitate collaborative, innovative research in the rising field of neurobehavioral comorbidities and cognition disturbances in new-onset epilepsy, international epilepsy experts met at the 3rd Halifax International Epilepsy Conference & Retreat at White Point, South Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada from September 18 to 20, 2014. This Conference Proceedings provides a summary of the conference proceedings. Specifically, the following topics are discussed: (i) role of comorbidities in epilepsy diagnosis and management, (ii) role of antiepileptic medications in understanding the relationship between epilepsy and neurobehavioral and cognition problems, and (iii) animal data and diagnostic approaches. Evidence to date, though limited, strongly suggests a bidirectional relationship between epilepsy and cognitive and psychiatric comorbidities. In fact, it is likely that seizures and neurobehavioral problems represent different symptoms of a common etiology or network-wide disturbance. As a reflection of this shared network, psychiatric comorbidities and/or cognition problems may actually precede the seizure occurrence and likely get often missed if not screened. (C) 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Subject: Temporal-lobe Epilepsy
Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy
Psychiatric Adverse Events
Newly-diagnosed Epilepsy
Localization-related Epilepsy
Incident Unprovoked Seizures
5-ht1a Receptor-binding
Abnormal White-matter
Hippocampal Sclerosis
Anxiety Disorders
Country: SAN DIEGO
Citation: The Relevance Of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms And Cognitive Problems In New-onset Epilepsy - Current Knowledge And Understanding. Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, v. 51, p. 199-209 OCT-2015.
Rights: embargo
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2015.07.005
Date Issue: 2015
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