Brain Sci., Volume 10, Issue 7 (July 2020) – 63 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Sleep plays a major role in the neurocognitive development of children, and cognitive impairment is frequent in pediatric cancer, as well as in children who have survived cancer. Pediatric tumors are also often associated with sleep disorders. However, the relationship between sleep disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and pediatric cancer is still largely unexplored. Pediatric cancer can be a cause of neurodevelopmental disorders or occur as a comorbid condition in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. In turn, sleep disorders have a particular role in children with cancer and neurodevelopmental disorders. An in-depth knowledge and correct management of sleep disorders can improve the health and quality of life of children with cancer and of their families. View this paper
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