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Wechsler Memory Scale performance and its relationship to brain damage after severe closed head injury.
  1. D N Brooks

    Abstract

    Eighty-two patients with severe head injury were tested on the Wechsler Memory Scale and compared with 34 normal subjects. Head injured patients had severe memory difficulties, particularly on Logical Memory and Associate Learning. Severity of head injury (post-traumatic amnesia duration) was related to poor memory, as was increasing age, but both persisting neurological signs, including dysphasia, and skull fracture were not.

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