Traumatically induced axonal damage without concomitant change in focally related neuronal somata and dendrites

@article{Povlishock1986TraumaticallyIA,
  title={Traumatically induced axonal damage without concomitant change in focally related neuronal somata and dendrites},
  author={John Theodore Povlishock},
  journal={Acta Neuropathologica},
  year={1986},
  volume={70},
  pages={53-59}
}
Traumatic head injury has long been associated with the genesis of reactive axonal change, which many believe to be a major factor in influencing neurological outcome. Although much significance has been attached to such a traumatically induced axonal change, little information exists as to whether such a reactive change occurs as an isolated event or rather as an event associated with concomitant focal tissue damage, possibly involving related neuronal somal and dendritic elements. This issue… CONTINUE READING
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