Persisting insomnia following traumatic brain injury

  • E.H. T
  • J.S. S
  • T. M
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Abstract

Persisting insomnia secondary to traumatic brain injury, rarely reported and documented, is described in an adult male following head injury. The neuronal mechanisms underlying this sleep disorder as well as the neuropsychological concomitants and therapeutic approaches are discussed.

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Authors

  • Tobe E.H.

  • Schneider J.S.

  • Mrozik T.

  • Lidsky T.I.

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