56 long-term survivors of childhood ALL have been investigated with CT and neuro-psychological methods. At the CT examination we found that 45.4% of the cured patients had alterations. Short-term memory, attention, visual-motor coordination and IQ were found to be slightly impaired in this group. Nevertheless they didn't influence the social integration and educational achievement of long-term survivors of ALL.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 30 1989|
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