Communicative Impairment After Traumatic Brain Injury: Evidence and Pathways to Recovery

  • M. F
  • Angeleri R
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The present two volume book "Brain Injury" is distinctive in its presentation and includes a wealth of updated information on many aspects in the field of brain injury. The Book is devoted to the pathogenesis of brain injury, concepts in cerebral blood flow and metabolism, investigative approaches and monitoring of brain injured, different protective mechanisms and recovery and management approach to these individuals, functional and endocrine aspects of brain injuries, approaches to rehabilitation of brain injured and preventive aspects of traumatic brain injuries. The collective contribution from experts in brain injury research area would be successfully conveyed to the readers and readers will find this book to be a valuable guide to further develop their understanding about brain injury.

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M., F., & Angeleri, R. (2012). Communicative Impairment After Traumatic Brain Injury: Evidence and Pathways to Recovery. In Brain Injury - Functional Aspects, Rehabilitation and Prevention. InTech. https://doi.org/10.5772/27975

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