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Traumatic brain injury.
  • K. Barlow
  • Medicine
  • Handbook of clinical neurology
  • 2013
In childhood, traumatic brain injury (TBI) poses the unique challenges of an injury to a developing brain and the dynamic pattern of recovery over time, inflicted TBI and its medicolegalExpand
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Epidemiology of Postconcussion Syndrome in Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
BACKGROUND: Much disagreement exists as to whether postconcussion syndrome (PCS) is attributable to brain injury or to other factors such as trauma alone, preexisting psychosocial problems, orExpand
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Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015
Stroke rehabilitation is a progressive, dynamic, goal-orientated process aimed at enabling a person with impairment to reach their optimal physical, cognitive, emotional, communicative, social and/orExpand
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Annual incidence of shaken impact syndrome in young children
We looked at the incidence and demography of nonaccidental head injury in children in a prospective population-based study of paediatric units in Scotland during 1998-99. Shaken impact syndromeExpand
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Characteristics of post‐traumatic headaches in children following mild traumatic brain injury and their response to treatment: a prospective cohort
Post‐traumatic headaches (PTHs) following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are common; however, few studies have examined the characteristics of PTHs or their response to treatment. The aims ofExpand
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Cervicovestibular rehabilitation in sport-related concussion: a randomised controlled trial
Background/aim Concussion is a common injury in sport. Most individuals recover in 7–10 days but some have persistent symptoms. The objective of this study was to determine if a combination ofExpand
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Clinical Risk Score for Persistent Postconcussion Symptoms Among Children With Acute Concussion in the ED.
IMPORTANCE Approximately one-third of children experiencing acute concussion experience ongoing somatic, cognitive, and psychological or behavioral symptoms, referred to as persistent postconcussionExpand
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A Systematic Review of Psychiatric, Psychological, and Behavioural Outcomes following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents
Background: Evidence regarding longer-term psychiatric, psychological, and behavioural outcomes (for example, anxiety, mood disorders, depression, and attention disorders) following mild traumaticExpand
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Subjective, but not objective, lingering effects of multiple past concussions in adolescents.
The existing literature on lingering effects from concussions in children and adolescents is limited and mixed, and there are no clear answers for patients, clinicians, researchers, or policy makers.Expand
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Late Neurologic and Cognitive Sequelae of Inflicted Traumatic Brain Injury in Infancy
Objective. There is limited information regarding the long-term outcome of inflicted traumatic brain injury (TBI), including shaken infant syndrome. The purpose of this study was to describe theExpand
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