Key LGS Publications
The following are key publications in LGS that are open access and free of charge.
- Seizure burden in seizure early-life epilepsy: Perspectives from parents (Berg et al. Epilepsia Open, 2019)
- The direct cost of seizure events in severe childhood-onset epilepsies: A retrospective claims-based analysis (Reaven et al. Epilepsy Behav, 2019)
- Late-onset LGS: Diagnostic evaluation and outcome (Smith et al. Neurol Clin Pract, 2018)
- Evolution and course of early life developmental encephalopathic epilepsies: Focus on Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (Berg et al. Epilepsia, 2018)
- Burden of illness in patients with possible Lennox-Gastaut syndrome: A retrospective claims-based study (Reaven et al. Epilepsy Behav, 2018)
- Expert Opinion on Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (Cross et al. Frontiers in Neurology, 2017)
- Assessment of treatment patterns and healthcare costs associated with probable Lennox–Gastaut syndrome Pina-Garza et al. Epilepsy and Behavior, 2017)
- A White Paper on the Team Approach to Caring for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Epilepsy (Kothare, Brown, McGoldrick, McNew and Wolf, 2017)
- Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (Cherian, et al. Medscape. Updated Feb 23, 2015)
- Special Issue: Current Strategies for the Management of LGS (Wheless and Pellock. Epilepsia, 2014)
- Surgical options for patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (Douglas, L., Salpekar, J., Epilepsia, 2014)
- Lennox-Gastaut: Impact on the Family & Caregivers (Gibson, PA. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 2014)
- The efficacy and tolerability of pharmacologic treatment options for Lennox‐Gastaut syndrome (Montouris, G., Wheless, J., Glauser, T. Epilepsia, 2014)
- Strategies for Transitioning to Adult Care for Youth with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (Camfield, Gibson and Douglass. Epilepsia. 2011)
- Increased Risk of Death Among Children With Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome and Infantile Spasms (Trevathan, E., Braun, K., Yeargin-Allsopp, M. Journal of Child Neurology, 2010)
A table of the top 1000 papers in the field ranked by their citation counts. This tells us which papers have garnered the most attention from their colleagues.
- PubMed ID – The identifier used by PubMed for this paper (‘PMID’).
- # Citations – Number of times this paper has been cited.
- Mendeley – The number of times users of the Mendeley system has added this paper to their libraries. Mendeley is a reference management platform (operated by Elsevier).
- Authors – The authors of the paper
- Year – The year of publication
- Title – The title of the paper.
- Journal Ref. – The journal, volume, and page of the paper in the journal.
- Article Type – The type of publication and source of funding.
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