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[Can concepts of neurodevelopment and neuroplasticity explain post-traumatic psychoses?].
Corpus ID: 41909704
Cases of psychoses emerging after a brain injury, included in the diagnostic category "Pychotic disorder due to traumatic brain…
Psychosis following traumatic brain injury
International review of psychiatry
Corpus ID: 35722961
Psychosis is a relatively infrequent but potentially serious and debilitating consequence of traumatic brain injury (TBI), and…
Acta neurochirurgica. Supplementum
Corpus ID: 21461007
The incidence of post-traumatic psychoses can be appraised as 3-4 per cent in the adults who suffered a head injury. Post…
Fluctuations in the memory capacity of patients with schizophrenia and traumatic psychoses
Corpus ID: 58456604
The authors studied fluctuations of the memory volume on the basis of the original method of the memory analysis using 50 series…
[The EEG in traumatic psychoses].
Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Nervenheilkunde
Corpus ID: 40480217
Injuries of the Brain and Spinal Cord and Their Coverings
H. R. Oberhill
Corpus ID: 71822265
This fourth edition, like its predecessors, is comprehensive and detailed in its scope and should well serve as a guide for the…
Corpus ID: 985459
[Pathophysiology of traumatic psychoses].
Corpus ID: 40419633
Sequelae in posttraumatic psychoses
H. L. Vyner
Corpus ID: 141083550
ConclusionsAs a result of this study, the following conclusions were reached:1.The percentage of traumatic psychoses is…
California and western medicine
Corpus ID: 220012727
Encephalography, a safe and simple procedure, when carried out in accordance with well-recognized technique, is of inestimable…
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