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  • [Cognitive disturbances in children with chronic tics and their treatment]. [Journal Article]
    Zh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova 2019; 119(8):24-31Chutko LS, Surushkina SY, … Chekalova SA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Children with chronic tics show signs of asthenia, they are characterized by a higher level of inattention and significantly lower levels of long-term memory compared to children from the comparison group and the control group. The level of impulsivity in children with chronic tics is significantly higher than in the control group but significantly lower than in children in the comparison group. A comparative analysis of EEG data in children with chronic tics reveals the following significant differences from the control and comparison groups: a higher amplitude and higher values of the peak frequency of the alpha-rhythm in the posterior regions of both hemispheres, a significant increase in the alpha-range of the frontal temporal leads of both hemispheres. Complex therapy with the addition of cortexin significantly improves treatment efficacy: improvement is noted in 60,0% of patients in monotherapy and in 83.3% of patients in complex therapy.
  • Impaired emotional and behavioural awareness and control in patients with dissociative seizures. [Journal Article]
    Psychol Med 2019; :1-9Jungilligens J, Wellmer J, … Popkirov S
  • CONCLUSIONS: These results represent comprehensive experimental evidence for alterations in emotional and behavioural awareness and control in patients with DS that yield empirical evidence for current psychopathological models. Our findings offer a more detailed understanding of key pathogenic factors in DS and provide theoretical support for recently developed cognitive-behavioural therapies for DS.
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