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TitleNeurotrauma : a comprehensive book on traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury / edited by Kevin K.W. Wang
ImprintNew York : Oxford University Press, [2019]
Edition First edition
Descript xxv, 502 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm

CONTENT

I: Severe traumatic brain injury -- History, overview and human anatomical pathology of traumatic brain injury -- Severe TBI in military : medical and surgical interventions -- Pediatric severe traumatic brain injury management -- Treatment of severe traumatic brain injury in the scandinavian countries, with special emphasis on the lund concept -- Abusive head trauma -- Traumatic cerebral vascular injury -- Disorders of consciousness: common findings in brain injury -- II: Mild traumatic brain injury and concussions -- The TRACK-TBI approach: redefining severity and outcome assessments -- Acute assessment of mild traumatic brain injury -- Current knowledge of blast traumatic brain injury mechanisms -- Adult and pediatric mild and moderate head injury management in scandinavian countries -- Challenges in neurotrauma management in india and rapidly growing developing countries -- Chronic TBI in veterans and service members: clinical assessment, interventions, and differentiation from PTSD -- Chemosensory impairment after TBI -- Return to play, school or work after concussion -- The link between traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative diseases -- III: Neuroimaging and biomarker assessments in TBI -- Neuroimaging and its application in the diagnosis for early prognostication of TBI -- The potential of brain-specific blood biomarkers for TBI patient management, diagnosis and clinical research -- The role of inflammation in traumatic brain injury -- Glutamate receptor peptides in acute neurotrauma -- Serum markers of subclinical brain damage in low grade chronic concussion and asymptomatic cerebral small vessel disease -- MicroRNA biomarkers in traumatic brain injury -- IV: Translational animal studies of TBI -- Translational mild traumatic brain injury research: bridging the gap between models and clinical uncertainty -- Military-relevant rodent models of blast-induced traumatic brain injuries -- Animal models of pediatric traumatic brain injury: lessons learned -- Proteomics-based strategies to define brain tissue biomarkers of closed head, mild traumatic brain injury in translational rodent models -- V: Current and future treatments of TBI -- Neuroprotection in TBI -- Bioengineering in brain trauma research -- Neuroregenerative medicine in TBI -- Stem cell studies in traumatic brain injury -- VI: Spinal cord injury -- Spinal cord injury: intensive care unit neurointensive care and surgical intervention -- Animal models of spinal cord injury -- Why do we not have a drug to treat acute spinal cord injury? -- Recent development of regenerative strategies to treat spinal cord injuries -- Stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury -- VII: Common themes between traumatic brain and spinal cord injury -- Therapeutic hypothermia and targeted temperature management in the treatment of traumatic brain and spinal cord injury -- Autoimmunity responses in traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury


Central nervous system -- injuries Craniocerebral trauma Spinal cord injuries

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