Whiplash and Related Headaches

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Bernard Swerdlow
CRC Press, 23 dic 1998 - 1104 pagine
This book explains the physical reasons for continued pain caused by whiplash and related head trauma, which affects an estimated 7 to 12 million Americans each year and costs the U.S. approximately $20 billion annually in lost work days and medical and legal expenses. The author was one of the foremost headache specialists in the U.S.
This is a useful book for the medical and legal professions, the insurance industry, the headache sufferer, and anyone with a curiosity about headaches and why they can totally disrupt the quality of life in some patients, at times even to the point of total incapacitation.
 

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Sommario

Chapter
3
Chapter 4
21
Chapter 5
47
Chapter 6
101
Chronic Daily Headaches
197
Chapter 8
295
Chapter 9
349
Chapter 11
419
Injury to the Temporomandibular Joint 6
697
A Newer Concept The Cervicogenic Headache 7
711
Chapter 20
827
Introduction to Neuropsychology 8
857
Chapter 21
879
Chapter 22
917
Chapter 23
951
Chapter 24
973

Chapter 12
441
Chapter 15
459
Cervical AccelerationDeceleration Syndrome Whiplash
547
Biomechanics of Whiplash Cervical AccelerationDeceleration Syndrome 6
643
Chapter 17
684
Chapter 26
1039
Bibliography 10
1055
Appendix 10
1075
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