Traumatic Head Injury in Children by Sarah H. BromanTraumatic Head Injury in Children by Sarah H. Broman

Traumatic Head Injury in Children

EditorSarah H. Broman, Mary Ellen Michel

Hardcover | September 1, 1995

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For clinicians, this volume will provide easy access into the mainstream of research on traumatic brain injury in children, its pathophysiology, treatment, and outcome. For scientists specializing in cognition and development, and for those in the basic neurosciences, the studies of traumaticbrain injury discussed in this book provide a unique opportunity to relate brain structure to patterns of behavior. Modern neurodiagnostic techniques have created new possibilities for understanding the neurological basis of the diverse behavioral deficitys shown by head-injured children. Thecontributors of this volume have not only presented detailed analyses of our present state of knowledge of the diverse determinants of outcome in children with head injury, but also emphasized the gaps and limitations in our knowledge.
Sarah H. Broman and Mary Ellen Michel are both at the National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke (NINDS).
Title:Traumatic Head Injury in ChildrenFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.49 × 6.34 × 0.91 inPublished:September 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

M.B. Denckia: ForewordPart I: The Issues1. J.M. Fletcher, L. Ewing-Cobbs, D.J. Francis and H.S. Levin: Variability in Outcomes after Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: A Developmental Perspective2. J.F. Kraus: Epidemiological Features of Brain Injury in Children: Occurrence, Children at Risk, Causes and Manner of Injury, Severity, and Outcomes3. D.Bruce: Pathophysiological Responses of the Child's Brain Following TraumaPart II: The Data4. D.Shaffer: The Behavioral Sequelae of Serious Head Injury in Children and Adolescents: The British Studies5. H.S. Levin, L. Ewing-Cobbs and H.M. Eisenberg: Neurobehavioral Outcome of Pediatric Closed Head Injury6. S.B. Chapman: Discourse as an Outcome Measure in Pediatric Head Injured populations7. R.F. Asarnow, P. Satz, R. Light, K. Zaucha, R.Lewis, and C. McCleary: The UCLA Study of Mild Closed Injury in Children and Adolescents8. P. Bijur, and M. Haslum: Cognitive, Behavioral and Motoric Sequelae of Mild Head Injury in a National Birth Cohort9. M. Dennis, M. Wilkinson, L. Koski and R.P. Humphreys: Attention Deficits in the Long Term after Childhood Head Injury10. G. Taylor, D. Drotar, S. Wade, K. Yeats, T. Stancin and S. Klein: Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: The Importance of the FamilyPart III: Life Span Effects, Rehabilitation and Treatment11. H. Klonoff, C. Clark, P.S. Klonoff: Outcome of Head Injuries from Childhood to Adulthood: A 23 Year Follow-Up Study12. J. Grafman and A. Salazer: Recovery of Function in Adults: Lessons for the Study of Pediatric Head injury outcome13. L.J. Michaud: Evaluating Rehabilitation after Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury14. J.D. Ward: The Prospect of Pediatric Clinical Trials: Experience with Adult TrialsPart IV: Commentary15. Implications for Clinical Care and Cognitive Neuroscience: 16. A. Benton: A summing Up

Editorial Reviews

"This text provides a thorough account of the current state of knowledge in pediatric head injury, emphasizing methodological problems and conceptual complexities existing in the field.... Each contributor has stressed the complexity of conducting quality pediatric head injury research and theproblems associated with the heterogeneity of the population.... This text is long overdue and most welcome."--Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society