TICS IN CHILDREN. CLINICAL RESULT OF THE TREATMENT TIC DISORDERS BY LEVETIRACETAM

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Abstract

Tics are one of the most common neuropsychiatric disorders in children. Major role in the etiology of the disease plays a lack of work dopaminergic system, which leads to impaired attention, self-control and behavioral inhibition, reduced control of motor activity and the appearance of excessive, uncontrolled movements. Under the influence of levetiracetam, probably there is a change of neurotransmitter systems with stimulation of inhibitory mechanisms, which leads to rapid clinical and neurophysiological effects.


About the Authors

Ju. V. Borodina
Smolensk State Medical University
Russian Federation

Borodina Ju.V. – MD, neurologist, hospital Scientific Center RAS in Chernogolovka.

Address: Chernogolovka, Lesnaya, 6,MoscowRegion, 142432,Russia. 



N. V. Jur’eva
Smolensk State Medical University
Russian Federation

Jur’eva N.V. – MD, neurologist, Smolensk regional clinical hospital.

Address: Gagarin ave., 27, Smolensk, 214018, Russia.



N. N. Maslova
Smolensk State Medical University
Russian Federation

Maslova N.N. – MD, Professor, Head of the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery.

Address: Krupskaya str., 28, Smolensk, 214019, Russia. 



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For citation: Borodina J.V., Jur’eva N.V., Maslova N.N. TICS IN CHILDREN. CLINICAL RESULT OF THE TREATMENT TIC DISORDERS BY LEVETIRACETAM. Epilepsia and paroxyzmal conditions. 2015;7(1):41-45.

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