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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Neuropsychological Assessment
(16 times)
Pediatrics
(4 times)
ADHD (2 times)
AHI (2 times)
OSA (2 times)
2003 Visual agnosia in a child with non-lesional occipito-temporal CSWS.
neuropsychological test battery
(4 times)
General Surgery
(1 time)
CBCL (1 time)
JNCL (1 time)
SDB (1 time)
2001 Neuropsychological test battery in the follow-up of patients with juvenile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis.
Neuropsychological Assessment for Children
(3 times)
Neurology
(2 times)
AED (1 time)
CAMs (1 time)
CBZ (1 time)
2005 Children exposed to valproate in utero--population based evaluation of risks and confounding factors for long-term neurocognitive development.
NEPSY: A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment
(2 times)
Neurology
(2 times)
IUCE (1 time)
SBSH (1 time)
2005 Performance on the NEPSY among children with spina bifida.
neuropsychological tests
(2 times)
Pediatrics
(2 times)
EEGs (1 time)
IQ (1 time)
MRI (1 time)
2002 Neurodevelopmental outcome in high-risk patients after renal transplantation in early childhood.
Neuropsychological Assessment 4-7 years
(1 time)
Behavioral Sciences
(1 time)
ELBW (1 time)
EPT (1 time)
FSIQ (1 time)
2006 Intellectual development in a Danish cohort of prematurely born preschool children: specific or general difficulties?
Neuropsychological Developmental Assessment
(1 time)
Psychophysiology
(1 time)
CAP (1 time)
2012 The role of NREM sleep instability in child cognitive performance.
Neuropsychological Test Battery for Children
(1 time)
Pediatrics
(1 time)
BRIEF (1 time)
2006 Increased cerebral blood flow velocity in children with mild sleep-disordered breathing: a possible association with abnormal neuropsychological function.