neurology

Acute severe TBI does not always portend poor long term outcomes

Clinicians should refrain from making early negative prognostic generalisations about poor functional outcomes following moderate and severe TBI, results from a US study suggest. A large proportion of patients with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (msTBI) show major improvement in life functioning, with many regaining independence between two weeks and 12 months post injury, ...

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