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Memory functioning 7 years after severe childhood Traumatic Brain Injury: Results of the TGE 2 cohort

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Hugo Câmara-Costa

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Few studies to date have explored memor y functioning in the lon g term after severe childhood traumatic brain injur y (TBI). The aims of this study were: (1) to assess memor y functioning 7 years after severe childhood TBI; (2) to assess demographic and medical factors associated with memor y function and recover y; (3) to explore relations between memor y functions and concurrent TBI outcomes, including subsequent education. M E T H O D S : Children (0-15 years) consecutively admitted in a single trauma center, who sur vived severe , non-inflicted TBI (Glasgow coma scale score ≤8) over a 3-year period (n=65), were included in a prospective longitudinal study (TGE cohor t). Memor y function was assessed initially (3, 12, 24 months) using the Children's Memor y Scale (CMS). Presence of motor deficit and/or signs of cerebellar dysfunction were assessed at each time-point .
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inserm-03908639 , version 1 (20-12-2022)

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Hugo Câmara-Costa. Memory functioning 7 years after severe childhood Traumatic Brain Injury: Results of the TGE 2 cohort. 31st European Academy of Childhood Disability Conference, May 2019, Paris, France. ⟨inserm-03908639⟩
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