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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Postconcussion Syndrome The New Evidence Base for Diagnosis and Treatment

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ISBN-10: 0195328299

ISBN-13: 9780195328295

Edition: 2007

Authors: Michael A. McCrea, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology Staff

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This is the first neuropsychology book to translate exciting findings from the recent explosion of research on sport-related concussion to the broader context of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) and post-concussive syndrome (PCS) in the general population. In addition, it includes a Continuing Education (CE) component administered by the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. Traumatic brain injuries constitute a major global public health problem, but until now, MTBIs, which constitute up to 90 percent of all treated TBIs, have been difficult to evaluate and manage clinically because of the absence of a viable model. Dr. McCrea's book thus provides a welcome evidence base for all…    
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Book details

Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/20/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.21" long x 0.51" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Continuing Education (CE) Credit
Author's Workshop Materials
The TBI Landscape
Epidemiology and Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury
Zeroing In on MTBI: Epidemiology and Impact
Challenges in Defining and Diagnosing MTBI
Advances in MTBI Research Methodologies
Top 10 Conclusions
Basic and Clinical Science of MTBI
Biomechanics of MTBI
Neurophysiology of MTBI: The Neurometabolic Cascade
Neuroimaging in MTBI
Top 10 Conclusions
The Natural History of MTBI
Acute Symptoms and Symptom Recovery
Acute Cognitive Effects and Early Recovery
Neuropsychological Recovery
Influence of Acute Injury Characteristics on Recovery
Measuring Neurophysiologic Recovery
Functional Outcome After MTBI
Exceptions to the Rule: Potential Long-Term Effects of MTBI
Top 10 Conclusions
Implications for Rethinking Postconcussion Syndrome
Defining Postconcussion Syndrome
Nonspecificity of Postconcussion Syndrome Symptoms
Epidemiology of Postconcussion Syndrome: Another Denominator Problem
PCS as a Neuropsychological Disorder
Psychological Theories of Postconcussion Syndrome
Interventional Models for Postconcussion Syndrome
A Practical Model for Clinical Management of PCS
Top 10 Conclusions
Final Summary and Conclusions
About the Author