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Association between patient report of symptoms after mild head injury & neurobehavioural performance

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www.ProHealth.com • November 3, 1993


Patients with closed-head injuries may have physical, affective,
behavioural and memory problems that persist for weeks, months
or years. Even patients with minor head trauma have been found
to exhibit deficits in neurobehavioural performance. However,
very little research has been done to examine the association
between patient symptoms after minor head injury and
neurobehavioural performance. The associations between five
sets of symptoms (memory problems, neurological problems,
confusion, neurasthenia and co-ordination) and five
neurobehavioural areas (simple motor speed, response speed and
attention, complex perceptual motor performance, visual
memory, and learning) were examined in a group of 32 adults
who had suffered mild to moderate head injury. Patients
reported their symptoms with a four-point rating scale.
Neurobehavioural functioning was assessed using computerized
tests. Memory difficulties were the problems most frequently
experienced by the patients and most closely associated with
performance deficits.

Arcia E, Gualtieri CT




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