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Vol 1, No 1 (2009) CONCOMITANCE OF INFANTILE AUTISM AND EPILEPSY: ETIOPATHOGENIC ASPECTS Abstract  similar documents
E V Malinina, S A Suprun, E A Markova, E V Malinina, S A Suprun, E A Markova
"... The pathogenetic aspects of a concomitance of infantile autism and epilepsy are considered. Data ..."
 
Vol 5, No 1S (2013): Special issue "Epilepsy" Epilepsy and autism: The authors’ study data Abstract  similar documents
K. V. Voronkova, O. A. Pylayeva, A. A. Kholin, G. S. Golosnaya, T. V. Ananyeva, A. S. Petrukhin
"... A study was conducted to investigate electroclinical features in patients with epilepsy and autism ..."
 
Vol 9, No 1S (2017): SPECIAL ISSUE: EPILEPSY A clinical case of epilepsy in a female patient with double mutations in the SCN2A and PCDH19 genes Abstract  similar documents
M. B. Mironov, M. Yu. Bobylova, S. G. Burd, T. M. Krasilshchikova, M. M. Gunchenko, M. N. Sarzhina, T. T. Batysheva
"... microcephaly, mental retardation, and autism. It reviews the literature regarding both mutations. World ..."
 
Vol 5, No 1S (2013): Special issue "Epilepsy" Epileptic spasms: Nosological characteristics and approaches to therapy Abstract  similar documents
M. B. Mironov, K. Yu. Mukhin
"... .T. The role of epilepsy and epileptiform EEGs in autism spec- trum disorders. Pediatr Res 2009;65(6):599 ..."
 
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