Carole W. Christman

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Axonal injury is a common feature of human traumatic brain injury. Typically, damaged axons cannot be recognized unless a patient survives the injury by at least 10-12 hours (h). Limitations(More)
Traumatic brain injury in animals and humans is well known to cause axonal damage diffusely scattered throughout the brain without evidence of other brain parenchymal change. This observation has(More)