Age and Outcome of Severe Head Injury
Opinions about the importance of age as a prognostic factor after head injury have varied. For instance, Carlsson et al.1 emphasized a close correlation between increasing age and a decreasing change of mental recovery; but others2 report that age has little influence on the prospects for recovery.
KeywordsHead Injury Severe Disability Brain Damage Severe Head Injury Intensive Management
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