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Pediatric Nephrology

, Volume 19, Issue 8, pp 832–839

First Online: 18 June 2004Received: 24 July 2003Revised: 15 April 2004Accepted: 27 April 2004

Abstract

This paper provides a review of the literature on the nervous system involvement incurred by children and adolescents with chronic kidney disease CKD, with a particular focus on neuropsychological functioning. In addition to an historical overview of earlier literature, published studies from the past 14 years that address both central and peripheral nervous system function in children with CKD are reviewed 1990–2003. These studies span work in neuroimaging, electrophysiology, and neuropsychology. A key focus for this review is on variables that might affect neurodevelopmental status in these children. The paper concludes with suggestions for achieving progress in the understanding of this complication of kidney disease in children.

KeywordsNeurodevelopment Cognition Renal failure  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Debbie S. Gipson - Crista E. Wetherington - Peter J. Duquette - Stephen R. Hooper

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