Unusually rapid and severe cognitive deterioration after mild traumatic brain injury.

Abstract

A 56-year-old man (AB) presented with dramatic cognitive deterioration following a mild traumatic brain injury. There was no indication of severe brain injury or significant anoxic encephalopathy. Detailed history indicated no significant pre-morbid cognitive deficits. His pre-injury psychosocial and occupational functioning was intact. Cognition… (More)

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