Нейрокогнитивные домены при эпилепсии

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Усюкина М.В., Корнилова С.В., Лаврущик М.В. Нейрокогнитивные домены при эпилепсии // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2021. №4. С. 93-102.

Аннотация

В научном обзоре с целью систематизации современных представлений о значении нейрокогнитивных доменов в клинике эпилепсии проведён анализ российских и зарубежных публикаций за последние 10 лет по электронным информационным ресурсам (библиотека Elsevier, PubMed, Google Scholar). Рассмотрены 6 выделяемых доменов: внимание, перцептивно-моторная функция, речевая функция, обучение и память, социальное познание, исполнительная функция. Прослежена связь тех или иных нейрокогнитивных нарушений с локализацией и латерализацией очага поражения при эпилептическом процессе.

Ключевые слова эпилепсия; когнитивные расстройства; нейрокогнитивные домены

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