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Korean Academy of Medical Sciences Pediatric Impairment Guideline for brain lesion.

Authors
Jung, HY; Ko, TS; Kim, HD; Yim, SY; Kim, MO; Hong, SK
Citation
Journal of Korean medical science, 24(suppl 2):S323-S329, 2009
Journal Title
Journal of Korean medical science
ISSN
1011-89341598-6357
Abstract
The permanent impairment evaluation for children in developmental stage is very difficult and it is even impossible in some cases. The impairment evaluation for developing children has not yet been included in the guideline of the American Medical Association. Due to frequent medical and social demands in Korea, we developed an impairment evaluation guideline for motor impairment, intellectual disability/mental retardation, developmental speech-language disorder and epilepsy caused by pediatric cerebral injuries, or cerebral lesions other than the developmental disorders such as autism. With the help of various literature and foreign institutions, we developed our in order to develop a scientific guideline for pediatric impairment that is suited to Korean cultural background and social condition.
MeSH terms
Brain/physiopathologyBrain Diseases/complications*Brain Injuries/complicationsChildDevelopmental Disabilities/classificationDevelopmental Disabilities/diagnosis*Developmental Disabilities/etiologyDisability Evaluation*Disabled Children*HumansKoreaLanguage Development Disorders/classificationLanguage Development Disorders/diagnosisLanguage Development Disorders/etiologyMental Disorders/classificationMental Disorders/diagnosisMental Disorders/etiologyProgram DevelopmentSeizures/classificationSeizures/diagnosisSeizures/etiologySeverity of Illness Index
DOI
10.3346/jkms.2009.24.S2.S323
PMID
19503690
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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임, 신영
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