Neurotrauma is the leading cause of death and disability in young
adults, and the incidence in older patients is increasing.
Neurotrauma is also a field in medicine with one of the highest
unmet needs. Concentrated, focused and multidisciplinary efforts
are required to combat this important disease. Exciting findings
from basic research open opportunities for improving treatment
This volume presents a unique and comprehensive overview of the
latest findings and insights on translational research in
neurotrauma. This book should be a must for any TBI or SCI
researcher interested in translating their work to the clinic, as
well as to clinicians interested in the latest research findings
which could provide novel treatment strategies for their patients.
Integrates results from research on traumatic brain injury and
spinal cord injury, bridging basic science and clinical
Includes contributions from a worldwide panel of leading
researchers and clinicians in the fields of TBI and SCI"
Elsevier Science Ltd
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||Progress in Brain Research
John T. Weber
John T. Weber
• Andrew I Maas
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Clinical & internal medicine >
Neurology & clinical neurophysiology
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