Combined anxiety, epilepsy linked to structural brain differences in youths

07/31/2013 | PsychCentral.com

Children and teens with both epilepsy and anxiety had significantly different brain structure than peers with epilepsy alone, a U.S. study showed. These differences in some areas of the brain were linked to mood disorders and anxiety in the general population, researchers reported at the 30th International Epilepsy Conference.

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