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Neuro-Rehabilitation — a Challenge for Neurosurgeons in the Century 21st Concepts and Visions of the WFNS-Committee on Neurosurgical Rehabilitation

  • Klaus R. H. von Wild
Conference paper
Part of the Acta Neurochirurgica Supplements book series (NEUROCHIRURGICA, volume 79)

Abstract

Objectives.Patients with severe brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerve lesions today survive surgery. This, however, is quite often achieved at the burden of disabilities. Neuro-rehabilitation could improve significantly patient’s quality of life (QoL).

urosurgeons in the Century 21st Concepts and Visions

Keywords

Functional Electric Stimulation Neurological Surgery Neurointensive Care Deep Brain Stimulation Electrode Neurosurgical Clinic 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Klaus R. H. von Wild
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  1. 1.Münster,NRWClemenshospital,Teaching Hospital of the Westphalian-William’s UniversityGermany

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