• injury
  • As life expectancy increases together with motorisation and the danger of accidents, and as medicine improves, the number of elderly people with craniocerebral injury (CCT) who are referred for neurosurgical treatment will continue to increase. (springer.com)
  • Aggression to the prefrontal cortex, caused by an external physical force, responsible for anatomical injury and/or functional impairment, causes cognitive deficits with important consequences for the individual affected by the trauma and their caregivers. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • spinal
  • Fortunately, there are not so many common contraindications to physical exertion: borderline mental states, mental disorders and epilepsy, organic heart lesions, malignant tumors, severe spinal trauma, recent craniocerebral trauma, heart attack and some others. (letsblogoff.com)