Cognition in relation to magnetic resonance imaging in head-injured children and adolescents.

@article{Levin1993CognitionIR,
  title={Cognition in relation to magnetic resonance imaging in head-injured children and adolescents.},
  author={Harvey S. Levin and Kathleen A. Culhane and Dianne B. Mendelsohn and Mary A Lilly and D Bruce and Jack M. Fletcher and Sandra Bond Chapman and Harriet Harward and Howard M. Eisenberg},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1993},
  volume={50 9},
  pages={
          897-905
        }
}
To investigate the relationship between cognitive sequelae and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings following closed head injury of varying severity in the pediatric age range, 76 head-injured children and adolescents were studied at least 3 months after trauma and compared with 57 normal controls. Problem solving, planning, verbal and design fluency, memory, and response modulation were assessed. Significant effects of injury were obtained on all of the cognitive measures. Cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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