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Visual Dysfunction in Combat-related Mild Traumatic Brain Injury—A Review
M Teresa Magone, Glenn C Cockerham, Soo Y Shin
US Neurology, 2013;9(1):61–4
Pseudobulbar Affect – A Disabling but Under-recognised Consequence of Neurological Disease and Brain Injury
Jeffrey L Cummings, James Gilbart, Grethe Andersen
European Neurological Review, 2013;8(2):74–81
First DBS For Severe Brain Injury Minimal Consciousness
Dr. Ali Rezai and team performed the first deep brain stimulation on a patient with traumatic brain injury. In a condition called minimal consciousness resulting in improved arousal, cognition, ...
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