Cellular and molecular mechanisms of injury and spontaneous recovery.

Abstract

Until recently, most have assumed that traumatic brain injury (TBI) was singularly associated with the overt destruction of brain tissue resulting in subsequent morbidity or death. More recently, experimental and clinical studies have shown that the pathobiology of TBI is more complex, involving a host of cellular and subcellular changes that impact on… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-444-52892-6.00005-2

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@article{McGinn2015CellularAM, title={Cellular and molecular mechanisms of injury and spontaneous recovery.}, author={Melissa J. McGinn and John Theodore Povlishock}, journal={Handbook of clinical neurology}, year={2015}, volume={127}, pages={67-87} }