Neurological comorbidities among people with epilepsy, household population, Canada excluding territories, 2010/2011
Data table for Chart 2
|Spinal cord injury||1Note E: Use with caution|
|Hydrocephalus||2Note E: Use with caution|
|Brain tumour||2Note E: Use with caution|
|Cerebral palsy||5Note E: Use with caution|
|Other neurological||5Note E: Use with caution|
|No other neuorological condition||64|
E use with caution
Note: Because an individual may have more than one additional neurological condition, percentages do not sum to 100%. "Other neurological" includes: ALS, dystonia, Huntington's disease, muscular dystropy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's diseae, spina bifida, spinal cord tumour, Tourette's syndome.
Source: 2010/2011 Canadian Community Health Survey - Neuological prevalence file.
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