Wilson JTL (1990) Significance of MRI in Clarifying Whether Neuropsychological Deficits after Head Injury Are Organically Based. Neuropsychology, 4 (4), pp. 261-269. https://doi.org/10.1037/0894-418.104.22.1681
Reviews evidence from studies using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that bears on the problem of determining the extent of brain damage. It is argued that it is a mistake to focus narrowly on the results of computerized tomography (CT) examination or records of coma. Studies using MRI show that neither a normal CT scan nor a history of short or negligible loss of consciousness precludes the presence of significant brain damage after trauma. Information from a variety of sources should be considered, and posttraumatic amnesia should not be overlooked.
Neuropsychology: Volume 4, Issue 4
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