Increased Sleep Need and Reduction of Tuberomammillary Histamine Neurons after Rodent Traumatic Brain Injury.

@article{Noan2018IncreasedSN,
  title={Increased Sleep Need and Reduction of Tuberomammillary Histamine Neurons after Rodent Traumatic Brain Injury.},
  author={Daniela Noa{\'i}n and Fabian B{\"u}chele and Sebastian R Schreglmann and Philipp O Valko and Yuri V Gavrilov and Marta M Morawska and Lukas L. Imbach and Christian R. Baumann},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2018},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={85-93}
}
Although sleep-wake disturbances are prevalent and well described after traumatic brain injury, their pathophysiology remains unclear, most likely because human traumatic brain injury is a highly heterogeneous entity that makes the systematic study of sleep-wake disturbances in relation to trauma-induced histological changes a challenging task. Despite increasing interest, specific and effective treatment strategies for post-traumatic sleep-wake disturbances are still missing. With the present… CONTINUE READING
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