Multisensory impairment reported by veterans with and without mild traumatic brain injury history.

@article{Pogoda2012MultisensoryIR,
  title={Multisensory impairment reported by veterans with and without mild traumatic brain injury history.},
  author={Terri K Pogoda and Ann M. Hendricks and Katherine Iverson and Kelly Stolzmann and Maxine H. Krengel and Errol Baker and Mark Meterko and Henry L. Lew},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation research and development},
  year={2012},
  volume={49 7},
  pages={971-84}
}
With the use of Veterans Health Administration and Department of Defense databases of veterans who completed a Department of Veterans Affairs comprehensive traumatic brain injury (TBI) evaluation, the objectives of this study were to (1) identify the co-occurrence of self-reported auditory, visual, and vestibular impairment, referred to as multisensory impairment (MSI), and (2) examine demographic, deployment-related, and mental health characteristics that were potentially predictive of MSI… CONTINUE READING
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