Long-term epilepsy control, motor function, cognition, sleep and quality of life in children with West syndrome

CONCLUSION: The present study revealed a preponderance of structural etiology and a high rate of transition to LGS. Early age at onset of spasms (before five months) and structural etiology were the predictors of unfavorable long-term epilepsy outcome. QoL was impaired in more than two-thirds of patients and it correlated significantly with cognitive, sleep, motor, and behavioral outcomes. However, the results of our study should be interpreted in the context of significant attrition of the…

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