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2017Frequency and predictors of psychological distress after a diagnosis of epilepsy: A community-based studyAnderson, Craig; Glozier, Nicholas; Hackett, Maree; Martiniuk, Alexandra; Nikpour (Mohamed), Armin; Xu, Ying; Bleasel, Andrew; Hyde, Lorne; Ireland, Carol; Jan, Stephen; Lawson, John; Somerville, Earnest; Todd, Lisa; School of Public Health: Public Health; Central Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; The George Institute for Global Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Central Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global HealthFrequency and predictors of psychological distress after a diagnosis of epilepsy: A community-based study, Epilepsy and Behavior, vol.75, N/A, 2017,pp 190-195
2014Metabolic changes in occipital lobe epilepsy with automatismsBleasel, Andrew; Eberl, Stefan; Fulham, Michael; Mohamed, Armin; Wen, Lingfeng; Wong, Chong; Somerville, Earnest; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Schl Information Technologies; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Schl Information Technologies; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Metabolic changes in occipital lobe epilepsy with automatisms, Frontiers in Neurology, vol.5, N/A, 2014,pp 1-5
2015The relationship between neuropsychological functioning and FDG-PET hypometabolism in intractable mesial temporal lobe epilepsyBleasel, Andrew; Eberl, Stefan; Fulham, Michael; Mohamed, Armin; Wen, Lingfeng; Wong, Chong; Homewood, Judi; Knopman, Alex A; Somerville, Earnest; Stevenson, Richard J; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Schl Information Technologies; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Schl Information Technologies; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)The relationship between neuropsychological functioning and FDG-PET hypometabolism in intractable mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, Epilepsy and Behavior, vol.44, N/A, 2015,pp 136-142