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Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have been under-utilized in the treatment of chemical dependency in traumatic brain injury survivors. Both offer a social support network and a self-help recovery programme. The fellowships can be viewed as three progressive levels focusing on...
The quality of outcome after severe closed head injury has become of increasing concern to neurosurgeons. The assessment of residual deficits in patients who have recovered from closed head injury can be very difficult. Many patients are classified as having a good recovery according to the...
A controlled treatment outcome study was conducted comparing the efficacy of memory remediation treatment with no treatment on traumatic brain-injury patients. The memory remediation treatment consisted of both compensatory and executive training skills and was delivered 6 hours weekly over a 2...
This study reports the case of an elderly female patient who made a late and unexpected recovery from a closed head injury after a medium-pressure shunt valve was replaced with a low-pressure valve.
Ten adults, who had sustained a closed head injury, were interviewed regarding their self-understanding, concepts of persons, and interpersonal negotiation strategies. Responses were evaluated in terms of developmental levels of social cognition. Levels of interpersonal negotiation strategies...
The language functioning of a group of 14 children who had sustained a mild closed head injury (CHI) at least 10 years previously was assessed. The subjects were administered a battery of language assessments including an overall language test, and specific language skills assessments....
The use of pharmacological agents as rehabilitative tools following brain injury remains to some degree both a science and an art. Recent work in the area of the neural sciences has shed new light on the workings of basic CNS neurochemical systems and the use of pharmacologic agents in altering...
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