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Intérêt de la mise en place d’un bilan orthophonique de langage systématique lors du diagnostic d’épilepsie POCS idiopathique chez les enfants

Abstract : Epilepsy with continuous spikes and waves during sleep (CSWS) is a rare childhood epilepsy which manifests itself by quasi-continuous spikes during sleep. It occurs when the child's brain is still developing. Authors have shown that it can have an impact on the cognitive domain with a memory and attention deficit, reasoning difficulties as well as language difficulties. However, these last are often mentioned but never described. A neuropsychological assessment is often recommended but speech therapy is rarely prescribed. Therefore, we wondered about the interest of a speech therapy assessment in the diagnosis of this epilepsy in a systematic way. We analyzed speech therapy and psychological assessments of children followed at the Bordeaux University Hospital. These assessments revealed several cognitive disorders as described in the literature as well as subtle language disorders. The implementation of a speech therapy assessment would allow the detection of these disorders in order to follow their evolution and to be able to prevent possible future more important disorders.
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Charlotte Bézier. Intérêt de la mise en place d’un bilan orthophonique de langage systématique lors du diagnostic d’épilepsie POCS idiopathique chez les enfants. Sciences cognitives. 2021. ⟨dumas-03281028⟩

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