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Cognitive effects of interictal epileptiform EEG discharges. Simultaneous video-EEG recordings and cognitive testing in 188 children with epilepsy found that the association between frequent epileptiform activity and cognitive function, although less pronounced, is comparable to impairment of global cognitive function, central processing speed, and memory function that accompanies short nonconvulsive seizures. (Nicolai J et al. Epilepsia 2012 June;53(6);1051-1059). Transient cognitivedoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-26-7-7 fatcat:wi2tzq4u3jbhdnx5nuczratpbm