Top 20 of Skull Fractures

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Deficits in strategy application following frontal lobe damage in man.

1991: PWBurgess; TShallice;


Diffuse axonal injury due to nonmissile head injury in humans: an analysis of 45 cases.

1982: JHAdams; DIGraham; LSMurray; GScott;


Repair of bone defects using synthetic mimetics of collagenous extracellular matrices.

2003: JAHubbell; TKöhler; MPLutolf; RMüller; JCSchense; HGSchmoekel; FEWeber;


Diffuse axonal injury in head injury: definition, diagnosis and grading.

1989: JHAdams; DDoyle; IFord; TAGennarelli; DIGraham; DRMcLellan;


A new model of diffuse brain injury in rats. Part I: Pathophysiology and biomechanics.

1994: JCampbell; KDemetriadou; MAFoda; HKita; AMarmarou; Wvan den Brink;


Autologous stem cells (adipose) and fibrin glue used to treat widespread traumatic calvarial defects: case report.

2004: LBerthold; PChristophis; JKFraser; MHHedrick; KHeidinger; HPHowaldt; AJödicke; SLendeckel; JWolff;


Silk implants for the healing of critical size bone defects.

2005: JChen; RFajardo; SHofmann; DKaplan; RLanger; LMeinel; BSnyder; GVunjak-Novakovic;


Mild head injury classification.

1990: HMEisenberg; HSLevin; DHWilliams;


The Galveston Orientation and Amnesia Test. A practical scale to assess cognition after head injury.

1979: RGGrossman; HSLevin; VMO'Donnell;


The critical size defect as an experimental model for craniomandibulofacial nonunions.

1986: JOHollinger; JPSchmitz;


The incidence of fall injury events among the elderly in a defined population.

1990: SBacchelli; CADeVito; DALambert Huber; JGRodríguez; ARos; RWSattin; JAStevens; RJWaxweiler;


Risks of intracranial haematoma in head injured adults.

1983: JBryden; CHessett; BJennett; ADMendelow; GMurray; GTeasdale;


Risks of acute traumatic intracranial haematoma in children and adults: implications for managing head injuries.

1990: EAnderson; MBrookes; BJennett; RMacMillan; ADMendelow; GMurray; GMTeasdale;


Bone regeneration using hyaluronic acid-based hydrogel with bone morphogenic protein-2 and human mesenchymal stem cells.

2007: THCho; SJHwang; ISKim; JKim; KBLee; SHLee; INoh; YPark; KSun; GTae;


Porous silk fibroin 3-D scaffolds for delivery of bone morphogenetic protein-2 in vitro and in vivo.

2006: JChen; RFajardo; DLKaplan; VKarageorgiou; LMeinel; BSnyder; MTomkins; GVunjak-Novakovic; KWade;


Bone regeneration in a rat cranial defect with delivery of PEI-condensed plasmid DNA encoding for bone morphogenetic protein-4 (BMP-4).

2005: YCHuang; DKaigler; DJMooney; KGRice; CSimmons;


Head injuries in accident and emergency departments at Scottish hospitals.

1978: BJennett; RMacMillan; IStrang;


Severe head injuries in three countries.

1977: CAvezaat; RBraakman; WCaton; SGalbraith; HGrant; JHeiden; BJennett; TKurze; ... AMaas; JMinderhoud; JPickard; RSmall; GTeasdale; CJVecht;


Ischaemic brain damage in fatal non-missile head injuries.

1978: JHAdams; DDoyle; DIGraham;


Head injury in very young children: mechanisms, injury types, and ophthalmologic findings in 100 hospitalized patients younger than 2 years of age.

1992: AJAlario; DBudenz; ACDuhaime; RHertle; WJLewander; SNudelman; LSchut; TSSeidl; LNSutton; WTsiaras;