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Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) can induce long-term behavioral and cognitive disorders. Although the exact origin of these mTBI-related disorders is not known, they may be the consequence of diffuse axonal injury (DAI). Here, we investigated whether MRI at the subacute stage can detect lesions that are associated with poor functional outcome in mTBI by(More)
Every year, in Europe, 1 million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI). 80% of these are mild, but 10 to 15% are left, 3 months after the accident, with somatic, cognitive and behavioral disorders, often thought of as psychogenic, and therefore disregarded. Our study was aimed at early prediction of a negative course after MTBI. 55 MTBI patients were(More)
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