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CHILD NEUROLOGY

Journal of the Polish Society of Child Neurologists

PL ISSN 1230-3690
e-ISSN 2451-1897
DOI 10.20966
Semiannual


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Sleep disorders in Tourette syndrome in children and adolescents


Zaburzenia snu u dzieci i młodzieży z zespołem Tourette’a




Chair and Department of Developmental Neurology Poznan University of Medical Sciences Poland

Neurol Dziec 2010; 19, 37: 39-42
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ABSTRACT
Introduction and aim of the study: The aim of study was comparison the sleep disorders in patients with TS, diagnosed in the Chair and Department of Developmental Neurology Poznan University of Medical Sciences Poland in 2005–2007 to the group of healthy children in similar age. Material and methods: The research was conducted on 81 patients with TS and the group of 156 healthy children. The ICSD-2 was the base of sleep disorder criteria using during anamnesis in both groups. Results: One or more sleep disorder appeared statistically more frequent in TS (p<0.001). Bruxism (p<0.001), somnambulism (p<0.001), snoring (p=0,009), bed wetting (p=0,036) were statistically more frequent in TS group. The prevalence of sleep talking (p=0.492), nightmares (p=0.146), sleep terror (p=0.061) was similar in both groups. Conclusions: Sleep disorders were more common in children with TS in comparison to control group. There is a need of additional research to evaluate influence of sleep disorders in children with TS.

Key words: Tourette syndrome, sleep disorders, children, adolescents.


STRESZCZENIE
Wstęp i cel pracy: Celem pracy było porównanie zaburzeń snu u dzieci z zespołem Tourette’a hospitalizowanych w Klinice Neurologii Wieku Rozwojowego Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Poznaniu w latach 2005-2007 z grupą kontrolną zdrowych dzieci w podobnym wieku. Materiał i metody: Badanie zostało przeprowadzone na 81 pacjentach z zespołem Tourette’a. W grupie kontrolnej było 156 zdrowych dzieci i młodzieży. Ankieta dotycząca zaburzeń snu, która badane były badane obie grupy dzieci została utworzona w oparciu kryteria zawarte w ICSD-2. Wyniki: Co najmniej jedno zaburzenie snu występowało statystycznie częściej w grupie dzieci z zespołem Tourette’a (p<0.001). Bruksizm (p<0.001), somnambulizm (p<0.001), chrapanie (p=0,009), moczenie nocne (p=0.036) pojawiało sie statystycznie istotnie częściej a grupie dzieci z zespołem Tourette’a. Częstość występowania mówienia przez sen (p=0.492), koszmarów sennych (p=0.146), lęków nocnych (p=0.061) była porównywalna w obu grupach pacjentów. Wnioski: Zaburzenia snu są częstsze u dzieci z zespołem Tourette’a w porównaniu do grupy kontrolnej. Konieczne są dalsze badania na większej grupie dzieci oceniające spektrum zaburzeń snu w zespole Tourette’a.

Słowa kluczowe: zespół Tourette’a, zaburzenia snu, dzieci, młodzież


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