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Section 1: Features of brain injury

(1.1) Section 1: Features of brain injury

(1.2) Neuropathology

(1.3) Closed injuries

(1.4) Contusions

(1.5) Example: damage to the medial orbital frontal cortex

(1.6) Post-trauma

(1.7) Diffuse axonal injury

(1.8) Corpus callosum

(1.9) Intracranial haemorrhages

(1.10) Extradural haematomas

(1.11) Reflection

(1.12) Late effects

(1.13) Reflection

(1.14) Reflection: answers

(1.15) Section 1: Recap

(1.16) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Assessment techniques

(2.1) Section 2: Assessment techniques

(2.2) Reflection

(2.3) History and examination

(2.4) Patient records

(2.5) Classification of injury

(2.6) Cognitive sequelae

(2.7) Dysexecutive functioning

(2.8) Executive functioning

(2.9) Frontal lobe damage

(2.10) Multiple Errands Test

(2.11) Multiple Errands Test

(2.12) Additional note

(2.13) Section 2: Recap

(2.14) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Behavioural and personality change

(3.1) Section 3: Behavioural and personality change

(3.2) Neurophysical sequelae

(3.3) Assessment of the neuropsychiatric consequences of traumatic brain injury

(3.4) Gradient echo sequence demonstration

(3.5) Electroencephalography (EEG)

(3.6) Cognitive assessment

(3.7) Cognitive assessment

(3.8) Bedside cognitive assessment

(3.9) Neuropsychological testing

(3.10) Rating scales and questionnaires

(3.11) Employment outcome following brain injury

(3.12) Impairments

(3.13) Conclusions

(3.14) Section 3: Recap

(3.15) Section 3: Summary

 

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