Ming-kun Yu

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A number of factors, including Glasgow coma scale (GCS) score, age, pupillary response and size, hypoxia, hyperthermia, and high intracranial pressure, may play an important role in predicting the outcome of traumatic brain injury. Eight hundred forty-six cases of severe traumatic brain injury (GCS < or = 8) were analyzed retrospectively to clarify the(More)
Paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity (PSH) is a clinical syndrome affecting a subgroup of survivors of severe brain injury. In this study, the prevalence, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) presentation, influence on the clinical course in the intensive care unit (ICU), and effect on neurological recovery of PSH were prospectively surveyed in 87 patients with(More)
We prospectively studied the difference between head CT and MRI in the detection of midbrain injury at the acute stage, the characteristics of MRS in the midbrain, and its relationship to the prognosis. The aim of this study is to propose the imaging diagnosis and outcome assessment indicators for midbrain injury.According to the clinical diagnosis(More)
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