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Neuropsychological evaluation of mild head injury.
  1. M Gentilini,
  2. P Nichelli,
  3. R Schoenhuber,
  4. P Bortolotti,
  5. L Tonelli,
  6. A Falasca,
  7. G A Merli

    Abstract

    Neuropsychological deficits following mild head injury have been reported recently in the literature. The purpose of this study was to investigate this issue with a strict methodological approach. The neuropsychological performance of 50 mildly head injured patients was compared with that of 50 normal controls chosen with the case-control approach. No conclusive evidence was found that mild head injury causes cognitive impairment one month after the trauma.

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