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Confounders in the detection of minimal hepatic encephalopathy: A neuropsychological and quantified EEG study

  • Authors
  • Campagna F, Montagnese S, Schiff S, Ruzzoli M, Biancardi A, Iannizzi P, Pujatti P, Angeli P, Gatta A, Merkel C, Leandro G, Mapelli D, Amodio P
  • UPF authors
  • RUZZOLI, MANUELA;
  • Type
  • Articles de recerca
  • Journal títle
  • Liver International
  • Publication year
  • 2015
  • Volume
  • 35
  • Number
  • 5
  • Pages
  • 1524-1532
  • ISSN
  • 1478-3223
  • Publication State
  • Publicat
  • Abstract
  • lt; 0.05), and EEG alterations were more pronounced in patients with alcoholic cirrhosis (P = 0.04). Conclusions: Cirrhosis per se, chronic alcohol misuse and HCV infection were found to be associated with cognitive dysfunction. In patients with cirrhosis, the interaction with alcohol misuse further impinged on brain dysfunction.
  • Complete citation
  • Campagna F, Montagnese S, Schiff S, Ruzzoli M, Biancardi A, Iannizzi P, Pujatti P, Angeli P, Gatta A, Merkel C, Leandro G, Mapelli D, Amodio P. Confounders in the detection of minimal hepatic encephalopathy: A neuropsychological and quantified EEG study. Liver International 2015; 35(5): 1524-1532.
Bibliometric indicators
  • 14 times cited Scopus
  • 14 times cited WOS
  • Índex Scimago de 1.71(2015)