Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

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Subject Index

A
Aachen Aphasia Test (AAT), subtests, improvement in, 154
median of, 153t
number of patients with, 156t
percentage of patients with, 152t
in computer group and control group, 155t
AAT. See Aachen Aphasia Test (AAT)
Abuses, in economics of rehabilitation in U.S., 251-52
Acceptance, 11
issue of, 310-11
Accident insurance, 248
Acetylcholine, 20
ACTH. See Adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH)
ACTI4-10 See BIM-22015
Active recovery phase, neuropharmacology in, 48-49
Activity(ies)
leisure, psychosocial outcome in Denmark, 243f
productive
outcome studies in U.S., 209t, 211t
follow-up outcome studies in U.S., 212t
Acute rehabilitation, outcomes studies in U.S., 203t, 203-6
AD. See Alzheimer's disease (AD)
Adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH), 27-28
Affective/behavioral state, assessment of, in European evaluation chart, 285, 289-90
Age
traumatic injury to central nervous system and, 192, 192t
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), 278-79
AHCPR. See Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR)
AKF. See Amternes og Kommunernes Forskningsinstitut (AKF)
Alpha tocopherol. See Vitamin E
Alzheimer's disease (AD), trophic factors and, 26-27
Amino acids, 20-21
Amnesia. See Posttraumatic amnesia
Amternes og Kommunernes Forskningsinstitut (AKF), case study of social/economic consequences of brain damage in Denmark, 257-58
Aphasia rehabilitation
computers in, 133-35
Bonn study on, 149-58

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