|1|Diffusion tensor tractography reveals disrupted structural connectivity in childhood absence epilepsy. (24246142)
Xue K.... Yao D.
|2|Pretreatment cognitive deficits and treatment effects on attention in childhood absence epilepsy. (24089388)
Masur D.... Glauser T.A.
|3|Ethosuximide, valproic acid, and lamotrigine in childhood absence epilepsy: initial monotherapy outcomes at 12 months. (23167925)
Glauser T.A.... Adamson P.C.
|4|Assessment of control in typical childhood absence epilepsy. (23529908)
Desai J.... Mitchell W.G.
|5|GABRB3 mutation, G32R, associated with childhood absence epilepsy alters I+1I^3I^2L I^-aminobutyric acid type A (GABAA) receptor expression and channel gating. (22303015)
Gurba K.N.... Macdonald R.L.
|6|Long-term effectiveness of ethosuximide, valproic acid, and lamotrigine in childhood absence epilepsy. (21893390)
Hwang H.... Hwang Y.S.
|7|Mutation Screening of the I^-Aminobutyric Acid Type-A Receptor Subunit I^2 Gene in Korean Patients with Childhood Absence Epilepsy. (23323135)
Kim Y.O.... Woo Y.J.
|8|New analysis workflow for MALDI imaging mass spectrometry: application to the discovery and identification of potential markers of childhood absence epilepsy. (22994238)
Lagarrigue M.... Pineau C.
|9|Two epileptic syndromes, one brain: childhood absence epilepsy and benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes. (22000044)
Cerminara C.... Curatolo P.
|10|Impaired attention and network connectivity in childhood absence epilepsy. (21421063)
Killory B.D.... Blumenfeld H.
|11|Effects of childhood absence epilepsy on associations between regional cortical morphometry and aging and cognitive abilities. (21391248)
Tosun D.... Caplan R.
|12|Atypical childhood absence epilepsy with preceding or simultaneous generalized tonic clonic seizures. (21041049)
Wakamoto H.... Ishii E.
|13|The GABRA6 mutation, R46W, associated with childhood absence epilepsy, alters 6I^22 and 6I^2 GABA(A) receptor channel gating and expression. (21930603)
Hernandez C.C.... Macdonald R.L.
|14|Early-onset childhood absence epilepsy: is it a distinct entity? (22258046)
Farooque P.... Khurana D.S.
|15|Differentiation of attention-related problems in childhood absence epilepsy. (20674507)
Vega C.... Spann M.N.
|16|Paroxysmal tonic upgaze of childhood and childhood absence epilepsy. (19589711)
Verrotti A.... Chiarelli F.
|17|Childhood absence epilepsy as a manifestation of GLUT1 deficiency. (20225310)
Rotstein M.... De Vivo D.C.
|18|When the past challenges the present: are older antiepileptic drugs still the best choice in childhood absence epilepsy? (20398853)
Arzimanoglou A.... Perucca E.
|19|Distinguishing childhood absence epilepsy patients from controls by the analysis of their background brain electrical activity (II): a combinatorial optimization approach for electrode selection. (19445963)
Rosso O.A.... Moscato P.
|20|Frontal and temporal volumes in Childhood Absence Epilepsy. (19624714)
Caplan R.... Shields W.D.
|21|Childhood absence epilepsy in patients with benign focal epileptiform discharges. (19931164)
Sarkis R.A.... Wyllie E.
|22|Amygdala volumes in childhood absence epilepsy. (19766541)
Schreibman Cohen A.... Caplan R.
|23|Distinguishing childhood absence epilepsy patients from controls by the analysis of their background brain electrical activity. (19013193)
Rosso O.A.... Moscato P.
|24|Hyperglycosylation and reduced GABA currents of mutated GABRB3 polypeptide in remitting childhood absence epilepsy. (18514161)
Tanaka M.... Delgado-Escueta A.V.
|25|Neuropsychiatric comorbidities in childhood absence epilepsy. (19015658)
Barnes G.N.... Paolicchi J.M.
|26|Childhood absence epilepsy with clinically apparent genetic and acquired burdens: a diagnostic consideration. (18079316)
|27|Common polymorphisms in the CACNA1H gene associated with childhood absence epilepsy in Chinese Han population. (17156077)
Liang J.... Wu X.
|28|Familial occurrence of early-onset childhood absence epilepsy. (17267250)
Titomanlio L.... Del Giudice E.
|29|Thalamic atrophy in childhood absence epilepsy. (16499767)
Chan C.H.... Jackson G.D.
|30|Functional analysis of Ca3.2 T-type calcium channel mutations linked to childhood absence epilepsy. (16529636)
Peloquin J.B.... Zamponi G.W.
|31|Evaluation of CACNA1H in European patients with childhood absence epilepsy. (16504478)
Chioza B.... Gardiner R.M.
|32|Electroclinical features of absence seizures in childhood absence epilepsy. (16894100)
Sadleir L.G.... Scheffer I.E.
|33|Childhood absence epilepsy: evolution and prognostic factors. (16302860)
Grosso S.... Balestri P.
|34|Childhood absence epilepsy evolving to juvenile myoclonic epilepsy: electroclinical and genetic features. (15508924)
Medina M.T.... Delgado-Escueta A.V.
|35|Genotypic association of exonic LGI4 polymorphisms and childhood absence epilepsy. (14505228)
Gu W.... Steinlein O.K.
|36|Lamotrigine as first-line drug in childhood absence epilepsy: a clinical and neurophysiological study. (14729411)
Coppola G.... Pascotto A.
|37|Gating effects of mutations in the Cav3.2 T-type calcium channel associated with childhood absence epilepsy. (14729682)
Khosravani H.... Zamponi G.W.
|38|T-type calcium channel gene alpha (1G) is not associated with childhood absence epilepsy in the Chinese Han population. (12676336)
Chen Y.... Wu X.
|39|A splice-site mutation in GABRG2 associated with childhood absence epilepsy and febrile convulsions. (12117362)
Kananura C.... Steinlein O.K.
|40|Association analysis of childhood absence epilepsy by microsatellite DNA]. (12194792)
Lu J.... Wu X.
|41|Temporal relationship of generalized epileptiform discharges to spindle frequency activity in childhood absence epilepsy. (11595151)
Nobili L.... Ferrillo F.
|42|Childhood absence epilepsy in 8q24: refinement of candidate region and construction of physical map. (10995568)
Sugimoto Y.... Yamakawa K.
|43|Exclusion of the JRK/JH8 gene as a candidate for human childhood absence epilepsy mapped on 8q24. (10510981)
Morita R.... Yamakawa K.
|44|Periventricular nodular heterotopia and childhood absence epilepsy. (10328284)
Giza C.C.... Sankar R.
|45|JH8, a gene highly homologous to the mouse jerky gene, maps to the region for childhood absence epilepsy on 8q24. (9675132)
Morita R.... Yamakawa K.
|46|Sequential occurrence of benign partial epilepsy and childhood absence epilepsy in three patients. (8836503)
Gambardella A.... Quattrone A.
|47|Brain electrical activity mapping in childhood absence epilepsy. (8167993)
Chi C.S.... Shian W.J.
|48|Childhood absence epilepsy. (8039044)
Shian W.J.... Chi C.S.
|49|Sleep architecture and childhood absence epilepsy. (1418483)
|50|Gene mapping in the idiopathic generalized epilepsies: juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, childhood absence epilepsy, epilepsy with grand mal seizures, and early childhood myoclonic epilepsy. (2121470)
Delgado-Escueta A.V.... Terasaki P.I.