Tag: neurocognition

1. In this retrospective study of post-mortem tissue from former American football players, pathological markers of neurodegeneration were frequent in both mild and severe chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) cases but not in those without symptomatic CTE. 2. Increased distributions and quantities of neuropathological markers were associated with increasing CTE severity...
1. In a Norwegian nationwide registry study, children with epilepsy were compared to the general population. Over three-quarters of children with epilepsy had at least 1 comorbid neurologic, medical, or psychologic disorder compared to less than a third in the general population. 2. Children with more complicated epilepsies had even...
1. Although children with congenital heart disease (CHD) performed worse than matched controls on intelligence assessments at ages 4 and 7, relative improvement was observed at age 7. 2. Motor coordination, working memory, inhibition, and cognitive flexibility were not significantly different between children with CHD and matched controls at the...