R F Tuchman
- Autism and epilepsy: historical perspectiveRoberto Tuchman
Department of Neurology, Miami Children s Hospital, Dan Marino Center, Weston, FL, USA
Brain Dev 32:709-18. 2010..An emerging consensus is that shared developmental genetic, molecular and pathophysiological mechanisms exist and account for the common co-occurrence of ASD and epilepsy...
- CSWS-related autistic regression versus autistic regression without CSWSRoberto Tuchman
Miami Children s Hospital, Miami Children s Hospital Dan Marino Center, 2900 South Commerce Parkway, Weston, Florida, U S A
Epilepsia 50:18-20. 2009..The pathophysiology and as such the treatment implications for children with CSWS and autistic regression are distinct from those with autistic regression without CSWS...
- Convulsing toward the pathophysiology of autismRoberto Tuchman
Department of Neurology, University of Miami, Miami Children s Hospital, Dan Marino Center, 2900 South Commerce Parkway, Weston, FL, USA
Brain Dev 31:95-103. 2009..The autism-epilepsy phenotype provides a novel model to the study of interventions that may have a positive modulating effects on social cognitive outcome...
- [Neurodevelopmental disorders and epilepsy]R F Tuchman
Dan Marino Center, Weston, FL, USA
Rev Neurol 40:S3-10. 2005....
- AEDs and psychotropic drugs in children with autism and epilepsyRoberto Tuchman
Department of Neurology, Dan Marino Center, Miami Children s Hospital, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA
Ment Retard Dev Disabil Res Rev 10:135-8. 2004....
- AutismRoberto Tuchman
Dan Marino Center, Department of Neurology, Miami Children s Hospital, 2900 South Commerce Parkway, Weston, FL 33331, USA
Neurol Clin 21:915-32, viii. 2003..The role of medication is to target specific symptoms and open windows of opportunity that allow implementation of a multimodal individualized educational plan...
- Epilepsy in autismRoberto Tuchman
Miami Children s Hospital, Dan Marino Center, Department of Neurology, Weston, FL 33331, USA
Lancet Neurol 1:352-8. 2002..There is no evidence-based treatment recommendation for individuals with autism, regression, and subclinical epilepsy. Double-blind studies with sufficient power to resolve this issue are urgently needed...
- Language regression in childhoodS Shinnar
Department of Neurology, the Comprehensive Epilepsy Management Center at Montifiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY 10467, USA
Pediatr Neurol 24:183-9. 2001..Early identification and referral of these children is necessary to allow for diagnosis and intervention...
- [The social deficit in autism: focus on joint attention]M Alessandri
Dan Marino Center, Weston, FL, USA
Rev Neurol 40:S137-41. 2005..A neurodevelopmental model explaining how these early deficits in social cognition may lead to autism is reviewed...
- [Management of children with autism spectrum disorders]C A Gadia
Departamento de Neurologia, Universidad de Miami, Miami Children s Hospital, Weston, Florida 33331, USA
Rev Neurol 36:166-73. 2003..Recent studies suggest that they may represent one of the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorders...
- [Can we cure autism? From outcome to intervention]M Alessandri
Dan Marino Center, Weston, FL, EE UU
Rev Neurol 40:S131-6. 2005..At the present time, it is more appropriate to speak of our quest to understand autism than it is to speak of a cure...
- [Pervasive developmental disorders: neurological perspectives]R F Tuchman
, Miami Children s Hospital, Florida 33155, USA
Rev Neurol 24:1446-50. 1996..13% had epileptic crises. The electroencephalogram and cerebral magnetic resonance were abnormal in 29% and 19% respectively of the children on whom these tests were done...
- [Autism and pervasive developmental disorders]Carlos A Gadia
Miami Children's Hospital, USA
J Pediatr (Rio J) 80:S83-94. 2004..CONCLUSION: Pediatricians are the first health professional to come in contact with patients with autism. Thus, they should be able to diagnose and to coordinate the multidisciplinary treatment of these patients...