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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 15.12.2011
- ISBN-13: 9780387895451
- Artikelnr.: 37289086
Chapter 1. Historical Perspectives on Concussion.
Chapter 2. Definition and Classification of Concussion.
Chapter 3. Sports
Chapter 4. Biomechanics and Pathophysiology of Concussion.
Section II: Assessment and Treatment of Concussion.
Chapter 5. Immediate "On the Field" Assessment of Concussion.
Chapter 6. Acute Treatment of Concussion.
Chapter 7.Utilization of Imaging Technology in Concussion Assessment.
Chapter 8. Long
Term Assessment of Concussion.
Chapter 9. Long
Term Treatment of Concussion.
Chapter 10. Methods of Formal Neurocognitive Assessment of Concussion.
Section III: Additional Issues in Pediatric Concussion.
Chapter 11. Pre
Morbid Functional Considerations in Pediatric Concussion.
Chapter 12. Developmental Considerations in Pediatric Concussion Evaluation and Management.
Chapter 13.The Future of Preventing Concussion in Children and Adolescents.
Chapter 14. Post
Injury Issues and Ethics of Return
Play in Pediatric Concussion.
"Volume brings together many of the issues relevant to the field of concussion management ... . The wide range of perspectives allows for the book to be used by students and clinicians ... with each chapter as a stand-alone. ... For the practicing neuropsychologist new to concussion management, this text will be a useful reference as the reviews presented within each of the chapters are timely with each chapter ending with bulleted key points, making it an easy to reference text ... ." (Jennifer Reesman, Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, October, 2012)