Brain Reserve as a Predictor of Functional Outcome in Chronic Moderate-to-Severe TBI
SourceArchives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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To investigate whether individuals with moderate-to-severe TBI will differ on Brain Reserve (i.e. the brain’s capacity to may sustain a certain amount of pathological change before the emergence of the associated clinical symptoms) as compared to non-injured controlsand whether higher brain reserve correlates with better functional outcome, as measured by the GOSe, in chronic TBI.