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

Neurology Any trauma which impacts on the brain and spinal cord
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Additionally Swedish is the region's leader in nearly all advanced healthcare services providing level 1 trauma care, burn and reconstructive services, orthopedic and neurotrauma treatment, advanced cardiovascular services, leading-edge cancer treatment and has the fastest growing surgical robotics program in the area.
WEDNESDAY, July 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Higher intelligence and younger age are predictors of greater cognitive recovery two to five years following mild-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to a study published online June 17 in the Journal of Neurotrauma.
Presented in an outline format, this book provides differential diagnoses for about 230 symptoms, physical and radiological signs, and other abnormal findings in neurology and neurosurgery, organized by epidemiological characteristics of neurological diseases, neuroradiology, developmental and acquired anomalies and pediatric disorders, cranial nerve disorders, neuro-ophthalmology, intracranial tumors, demyelinating diseases and brain atrophy, stroke, spinal disorders, peripheral nerve disorders, movement disorders, neurotrauma, infections of the central nervous system, pain, and neurorehabilitation.
Zhang is the coauthor of an investigation into a potential new treatment for concussion, the findings of which appear in the Journal of Neurotrauma. He and a team from the University of Saskatchewan examined the use of low-field magnetic stimulation (LFMS).
According to the study published in the 'Journal of Neurotrauma', magnetic stimulation that uses a laptop-style device for 20 minutes per day improved the ability of rodents with a concussion to walk in a straight line, navigate a maze, run on a wheel, and perform cognitive tests.
In a study recently published in the Journal of Neurotrauma, David Darrow, MD, MPH, a neurosurgery resident at the University of Minnesota Medical School and a lead investigator for the E-STAND clinical trial, and his colleagues implanted epidural spinal-cord stimulators at the vertebral T12 level in two female patients who had sustained traumatic SCIs.
To honor the major developments that have taken place over the last 50 years, JNN published a series of articles in 2018 covering reflections on 50 years of neuroscience nursing for stroke; (1) neuro-oncology; (2) neurotrauma; (3) movement disorders, neuromuscular disease, and multiple sclerosis; (4) and pediatric neuroscience nursing.
They are also linked to the control of cell differentiation and in the brain or spinal cord their regulation might be a new approach for improving brain plasticity and regeneration responses in situations such as stroke, neurotrauma or neurodegenerative diseases.
Regarded by clients as 'strategically aware' and 'unflappable', Davison regularly handles matters pertaining to serious orthopaedic injuries, while Jenkins, who 'provides sound no-nonsense advice' and is also praised for her 'good tactical awareness' and 'very thorough preparations', specialises in neurotrauma claims and high-value brain injury matters in particular.
Research in blast-induced neurotrauma (BINT) has resulted in considerable progress in the past decade.[5],[6],[7],[8] Primary shock waves may play a major role in the formation of pathophysiological characteristics that differ from common traumatic brain injury (TBI).[9],[10] Appropriate experimental methods are crucial in addressing the biological effects of the primary blast wave.

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