CKBB-Isoenzymes as a Sign of Cerebral Injury
CKBB-isoenzymes in serum and CSF have been shown to be raised in patients after head injury with objective signs of damaged brain tissues (contusio cerebri), but not in the absence of these signs (commotio cerebri).
KeywordsTraumatic Brain Injury Creatine Kinase Head Injury Cerebral Injury Acute Brain Injury
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