neurotrauma

neurotrauma

 [noor″o-traw´mah]
mechanical injury to nerve.

neu·ro·trau·ma

(nū'rō-traw'mă),
1. Trauma of the nervous system.
2. Trauma or wounding of a nerve. Synonym(s): neurotrosis
[neuro- + G. trauma, injury]

neurotrauma

/neu·ro·trau·ma/ (-traw´mah) mechanical injury to a nerve.

neurotrauma

Neurology Any trauma which impacts on the brain and spinal cord

neurotrauma

mechanical injury to a nerve.
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com)-- Atlas of Emergency Neurosurgery, recently co-published by Thieme and the AANS, is part of the Neurosurgical Operative Atlas Series and serves as a step-by-step visual guide to performing surgical procedures used in neurotrauma as well as non-traumatic emergency cases.
The potential benefit of adding detection of glial fibrillary acidic protein breakdown products (GFAP-BDP) to clinical screening with computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is described in an article published in the Journal of Neurotrauma.
Her remarkable work in this specialized area of neurotrauma and neuro-ophthalmology will greatly enhance our comprehensive therapies for brain-injured patients at HCMC," explains Dr.
Results from independent clinical studies utilizing BrainScope's technology have been published through 15 articles in leading peer-reviewed neurotrauma and emergency medicine journals such as Journal of Neurotrauma, Brain Injury, Academic Emergency Medicine, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Military Medicine.
Results from independent clinical studies using BrainScope's technology have been published through 15 articles in leading peer-reviewed neurotrauma and emergency medicine journals such as Journal of Neurotrauma, Brain Injury, Academic Emergency Medicine, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine, and Military Medicine.
Objective: "The aim of this proposal is to elucidate the molecular mechanisms and physiological relevance of death-receptor signaling in the nervous system and to harness this knowledge for the development of novel treatments to neurodegenerative diseases and neurotrauma.
A complete history, examination, cognitive screen, postconcussive symptom assessment, and review of mental health are to be performed on every patient who has sustained a cTBI (Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation, 2008, p.
Why he is a rising star: "As one of the top neurosurgeons in the area, the surgical director of PeaceHealth's new Spine Center, the director of neurotrauma at PeaceHealth and a board member of both the Oregon State Trauma Advisory Board and Agate Healthcare .
Also, a neurotrauma consultant must be at all Division I football, ice hockey and mens lacrosse matches in Boston.
Another example of a successful public health intervention has been the introduction of gun control legislation, which has seen a fall in the number of gunshot injuries treated by neurosurgeons across our country, but we still have a long way to go in combating the scourge of neurotrauma due to assault and motor vehicle accidents.
He is also past President of both the National and International Neurotrauma Society and is Director of an NINDS funded Brain Injury Research Center (BIRC).
Virginia Commonwealth University, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Richmond VA medical center have joined together to form the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium.

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