Head Injury and Postconcussive Syndrome

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Matthew Rizzo, Daniel D. Tranel
Churchill Livingstone, 1996 - Medical - 533 pages
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A comprehensive reference with at least one chapter for anyone involved in any way with head injuries and the consequences, including designers of motor vehicles, surgeons, psychiatrists, and lawyers. Covers definitions, epidemiology, mechanisms, natural history, diagnostic techniques, specific manifestations and treatments, neuropsychological considerations, and forensic issues. Among specific topics are driving behavior, neuroimaging in closed-head injuries, cervical pain syndrome, cognitive rehabilitation, and the detection of malingering in postconcussive syndrome. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

9 NeuroOtologic Trauma and Dizziness
177
Definitions Epidemiology R J Tusa and S B Brown
201
Psychiatric Conditions
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