PMID: 591990Dec 1, 1977

Head injuries in children: a prospective five year follow-up

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
H KlonoffC Clark


A five year follow-up study was conducted with two groups of head-injuried children. 131 younger than 9 years old at time of injury and 100 older than 9 years. The four aspects studied were neuropsychological function, neurological status, EEG status, and school progress. There was an extended recovery process over time, as well as evidence of a differential rate of recovery for the four aspects measured.


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