Angélique Belmont

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Fatigue is frequent and disabling in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Its mechanisms are complex and multifactorial. We performed a literature review of reports of the condition using the following key words: brain injury, depression, neuroendocrine dysfunction, and treatment. Five scales have been used to evaluate fatigue in TBI patients: the(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors evaluated concordance rates among three electrophysiological measures in patients with schizophrenia, nonschizophrenic first-degree relatives of schizophrenia patients, and healthy comparison subjects. The purpose of the study was to provide data for defining a common endophenotype for genetic studies of schizophrenia and for improving(More)
Survivors from a coma due to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) frequently suffer from long-lasting disability, which is mainly related to cognitive deficits. Such deficits include slowed information processing, deficits of learning and memory, of attention, of working memory, and of executive functions, associated with behavioral and personality(More)
OBJECTIVE Although fatigue is one of the most frequent complaints of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI), its mechanisms remain poorly understood. The objective of this study was to assess the relationships between subjective mental fatigue, mental effort, attention deficits, and mood after severe TBI. METHODS and participants. A total of 27(More)
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