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Diffuse axonal injury due to nonmissile head injury in humans: An analysis of 45 cases
Forty‐five cases of diffuse axonal injury (DAI) brought about by nonmissile head injury in humans are analyzed and compared with 132 cases of fatal head injury without DAI. All cases were subjectedExpand
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Staining of amyloid precursor protein to study axonal damage in mild head injury.
The most common definition of cerebral concussion is that of a transient loss of neurological function without macroscopic or microscopic abnormality in the brain. However, some patients haveExpand
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Topography of axonal injury as defined by amyloid precursor protein and the sector scoring method in mild and severe closed head injury.
Axonal injury (AI), as defined by amyloid precursor protein (APP) positive axonal swellings, was recorded on a series of line diagrams of standard brain sections divided into 116 sectors to provideExpand
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Stalning af amyloid percursor protein to study axonal damage in mild head Injury
The most common definition of cerebral concussion is that of a transient loss of neurological function without macroscopic or microscopic abnormality in the brain. However, some patients haveExpand
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Brain damage in fatal non-missile head injury.
If a high intracranial pressure (ICP) is sustained after head injury then the outcome is less good than in patients with a normal ICP (11,6). On the other hand some patients in whom the monitored ICPExpand
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Cerebral aneurysmal arteriopathy in childhood AIDS
Objective: To identify cerebral aneurysmal arteriopathy in children with longstanding AIDS. Background: Five cases are described from the authors' experience, and eight additional cases are reviewedExpand
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THE CONTUSION INDEX: A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO CEREBRAL CONTUSIONS IN HEAD INJURY
Adams J.H., Scott G., Parker L.S., Graham D.I. & Doyle D. (1980)
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Brain damage in fatal non-missile head injury.
The most important factor governing the outcome in a patient who sustains a non-missile head injury is the damage sustained by the brain. Some of this may occur at the moment of impact and may be soExpand
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A head impact model of early axonal injury in the sheep.
Axonal injury (AI), one of the principal determinants of clinical outcome after head injury, may evolve over several hours after injury, raising the future possibility of therapeutic interventionExpand
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Consensus neuropathological diagnosis of common dementia syndromes: testing and standardising the use of multiple diagnostic criteria
Abstract. The aim of this study was to assess the variation between neuropathologists in the diagnosis of common dementia syndromes when multiple published protocols are applied. Fourteen out of 18Expand
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