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  • Determinants of quality of life in patients with drug-resistant focal epilepsy. [Journal Article]
    Epilepsy Behav 2019; 100(Pt A):106525Silva B, Canas-Simião H, … Barahona-Corrêa JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our sample of adult patients with focal DRE, female gender and being diagnosed with a mood disorder were the only factors significantly associated with a poorer HRQoL. While clinical care often focuses on seizure control, epilepsy-related factors such as seizure frequency were not shown to have a significant influence on HRQoL. We suggest that an early comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and intervention can help improve HRQoL in these patients.
  • Physical recovery in the first six months following oesophago-gastric cancer surgery. Identifying rehabilitative needs: a qualitative interview study. [Journal Article]
    Disabil Rehabil 2019; :1-8O'Neill L, Bennett AE, … Hussey J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Following oesophago-gastric cancer surgery, patients experience physical and psychosocial difficulties which can hamper recovery, but many of which are amenable to rehabilitative intervention. Accordingly, rehabilitative measures throughout the early stages of recovery require investigation. Implications for Rehabilitation Curative treatment for oesophageal and gastric cancer is associated with significant risk of post-operative morbidity, resulting in a myriad of physical and nutritional challenges which may impact on post-operative physical recovery. Greater provision of physiotherapy services to counteract physical impairments post oesophago-gastric cancer surgery is required. Physical recovery may also be aided through the enhanced provision of other supportive care services such as fatigue management and psychological support.
  • A pediatric case of NF1 and moyamoya syndrome: neuropsychological evaluation pre- and post-EDAS. [Journal Article]
    Appl Neuropsychol Child 2019; :1-14DeDios-Stern S, Ventura LM
  • Studies have shown that a subset of patients with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) experience associated vascular conditions, with moyamoya syndrome one of the most common comorbidities. While NF1 and moyamoya syndrome are each associated with neurocognitive deficits, no neuropsychological data has been presented for an individual with comorbid NF1 and moyamoya syndrome, particularly pre- and post-…
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