The Seat and the Nature of Concussion
In a study as complex as that of concussion it is vital straight away to outline, without equivocation, my terms of reference. And this I do by stating that the objects of this communication are three-fold. To consider:
The clinical states of unconsciousness that result from injury to the brain.
The site of the pathological lesion.
The nature of the lesion.
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