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Chapter 17. Cognitive Changes

Scott McCullagh, M.D.; Anthony Feinstein, M.D., Ph.D.
DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585624201.678757

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Cognitive changes are often the most salient feature following closed traumatic brain injury (TBI) at any level of severity. Years after severe TBI, patients and families cite impaired cognition and neurobehavioral function as the greatest source of difficulty, contributing more to persisting disability than physical symptoms (DeGuise et al. 2008).

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Table 17–1. Aspects of attention potentially impaired after traumatic brain injury
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Table 17–2. Aspects of learning and memory potentially impaired after traumatic brain injury
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Table 17–3. Aspects of executive functions potentially impaired after traumatic brain injury
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Table 17–4. Categories of frontal executive function
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Table 17–5. Aspects of language/communication potentially impaired after traumatic brain injury
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Table 17–6. Medications reported to improve cognition after closed traumatic brain injury

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