Table 1

Sociodemographic, clinical, and neuroradiological data

All patients Two weeks neuropsychological evaluation Six months neuropsychological evaluation
No of patients693929
Age (y, median (range))30 (16–67)29 (17–56)27 (17–54)
Sex (female/male)/(n (%))56 (81) / 13 (19)32 (82) / 7 (18)23 (79) / 6 (21)
GCS Score (site of accident (median (range))13 (3–15)13 (3–15)13 (3–15)
GCS Score (admission (median (range))11.5 (3–15)15 (3–15)15 (3–15)
GCS Score (third day (median (range))14 (3–15)15 (3–15)15 (3–15)
Focal neurological deficit (n (%))25 (36)12 (31)4 (14)
Intracranial pathology in CT (n (%))1-150 33 (48)22 (56)16 (55)
 Cortical contusion17 (25)10 (26)7 (24)
 Diffuse axonal injury11 (16)6 (15)6 (21)
 Subdural or epidural haematoma11 (16)9 (23)11 (38)
 Diffuse haemorrhage12 (17)10 (26)9 (31)
 Signs of intracerebral pressure16 (23)9 (23)6 (21)
Neuropsychological disorder (n (%))29 (74)20 (69)
Functional status (FIM, median (range))126 (114–126)
  • 1-150 As visible in the CT examination at the postacute stage of head trauma.