Neurology 2022 04 6;98(17):e1761-e1770. Epub 2022 Apr 6.
From the Department of Neurology (J.J.G., R.D.-A.), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; University of Utah (E.K., S.P., D.F.T., A.R., M.J.P.), Salt Lake City, UT; University of Pittsburgh (A.C.V.C.), PA; University of Miami (M.R.L.), FL; and Yale University (H.A.), New Haven, CT.
Background And Objectives: Epilepsy is defined by the occurrence of multiple unprovoked seizures, but quality of life (QOL) in people with epilepsy is determined by multiple factors, in which psychiatric comorbid conditions play a pivotal role. Therefore, understanding the interplay between comorbid conditions and QOL across epilepsy phenotypes is an important step toward improved outcomes. Here, we report the impact of QOL across distinct epilepsy phenotypes in a cohort of post-9/11 veterans with high rates of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Read More