Neuropsychological test


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Neuropsychological test

A test or assessment given to diagnose a brain disorder or disease.
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There were no differences between the two groups in neuropsychological test performance, mood, or other cognitive assessments.
This should not be used as a substitute for on-road tests, but rather, may be used in conjunction with information from a patient's history--like auto accidents--and other neuropsychological test data to suggest the need for a formal on-road evaluation," Dr.
The athletes' neuropsychological abilities and symptoms were measured with a computerized neuropsychological test battery (IMPACT) during the preseason and at 36 hours and 6 days after a concussion.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy showed increased levels of glutamine, glutamate, and choline in white matter and to a lesser extent in the basal ganglia of patients with abnormal neuropsychological test findings.
On magnetic resonance spectroscopy, increased levels of glutamine, glutamate, and choline were seen in white matter and to a lesser extent in the basal ganglia of patients with abnormal neuropsychological test findings.
LOUIS -- You need to have access to preinjury scores to make heads or tails of neuropsychological test results for an athlete with a presumed concussion, Dr.
In 254 athletes with concussion, no significant differences were seen in the neuropsychological test scores of the 35 athletes who lost consciousness for 5 minutes or less, compared with those who did not lose consciousness.
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