Study of the effect of Memantine therapy on the treatment of dyslexia in children
(Nama). Results: Mean (standard deviation) age of participants was 7.55 (0.60) years. Most of the participants were boy (55%), most having parents in 36–45-year-old age group (52% and 48% for fathers and mothers, respectively), and also most parents in diploma and bachelor educational group (61% and 60% for fathers and mothers, respectively). Tere were statistical signifcant di?erence in trend of total score (P = 0.034), word chain (P < 0.001), rhyming (P < 0.001), text comprehension (P < 0.001), and letter ?uency (P = 0.002), subscale between two groups. However, the di?erence of time trend between two groups was not signifcant in word reading (P = 0.14), word comprehension (P = 0.06), phoneme deletion (P = 0.12), reading nonwords (P = 0.32), and category ?uency (P = 0.06). Conclusion: Adding memantine to educational practices is e?ective in improving RD in school-age children with LD.
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