Neurological sequelae of minor head and neck injuries.

  title={Neurological sequelae of minor head and neck injuries.},
  author={Peter J. Landy},
  volume={29 3},
The objective was to determine why some people who are involved in minor motor vehicle accidents, without loss of consciousness, have persisting headaches and neckache, and to suggest management of these symptoms. Between 1954 and 1994, over 4400 cases were referred for medico-legal opinions. A group has been selected for discussion. During the period 1954-1966, 414 cases following closed head injuries were seen with varying periods of post traumatic amnesia (PTA) from nil to greater than 72 h… CONTINUE READING