Neuropsychology and Neuroimaging after Traumatic Brain Damage

  • Klaus D. Wiedmann
  • J. T. Lindsay Wilson

Abstract

Studies linking neuropsychology and neuroimaging in head injury research must still be regarded as being in their infancy. In many cases brain damage is diffuse and it is therefore questionable to what extent the issue of structure-function relationships can be elucidated by this approach. However, the understanding of diffuse brain damage forms a challenge in itself and is of considerable theoretical and practical relevance.

Keywords

Head Injury Brain Damage Severe Head Injury Cortical Atrophy Ventricular Enlargement 
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  • J. T. Lindsay Wilson

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