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postconcussive_syndrome [2022/03/16 12:43] – [Postconcussive syndrome] administradorpostconcussive_syndrome [2022/07/06 15:38] administrador
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 Post-[[concussion]] syndrome is a well-described complication following moderate and severe head trauma but whether it occurs after [[mild traumatic brain injury]] in children remains unclear.  Post-[[concussion]] syndrome is a well-described complication following moderate and severe head trauma but whether it occurs after [[mild traumatic brain injury]] in children remains unclear. 
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 ====Etiology==== ====Etiology====
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 ====Symptoms==== ====Symptoms====
  
-These symptoms include prodromal symptoms such as [[headache]]s (65%–93%), [[fatigue]] (55%–82%), and [[dizziness]] (32%–75%), as well as  specific  neurocognitive  and  neuropsychiatric deficits such  as  difficulty  concentrating  (30%–57%),  forgetfulness (34%–42%), and [[depression]] (17%–24%).+These symptoms include prodromal symptoms such as [[headache]]s (65%–93%), [[fatigue]] (55%–82%), and [[dizziness]] (32%–75%), as well as  specific  neurocognitive  and  neuropsychiatric deficits such  as  difficulty  concentrating  (30%–57%),  forgetfulness (34%–42%), and [[Postconcussion Depression]] (17%–24%).
  
 Symptoms may include: Symptoms may include:
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 Neurosurg. 2016 Nov;125(5):1206-1216. PubMed PMID: 26918481. Neurosurg. 2016 Nov;125(5):1206-1216. PubMed PMID: 26918481.
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 +===== Postconcussive syndrome after mild traumatic brain injury =====
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 +see [[Postconcussive syndrome after mild traumatic brain injury]].
  
 ====Case series==== ====Case series====
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