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Brain Inj
    October 2020
  1. LAXE S, Ferri J, Juarez-Belaunde A, Rios-Lago M, et al
    Neurorehabilitation in the times of Covid-19: insights from the Spanish Neurorehabilitation Society (SENR).
    Brain Inj. 2020;34:1691-1692.
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    January 2019
  2. WILSON T, Martins O, Efrosman M, DiSabatino V, et al
    Physiotherapy practice patterns in gait rehabilitation for adults with acquired brain injury.
    Brain Inj. 2019;33:333-348.
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  3. RYTTER HM, Westenbaek K, Henriksen H, Christiansen P, et al
    Specialized interdisciplinary rehabilitation reduces persistent post-concussive symptoms: a randomized clinical trial.
    Brain Inj. 2019;33:266-281.
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  4. GILES GM, Clark-Wilson J, Baxter DM, Tasker R, et al
    The interrelationship of functional skills in individuals living in the community, following moderate to severe traumatic brain injury.
    Brain Inj. 2019;33:129-136.
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  5. LANGHAMMER B, Stanghelle JK
    Senior fitness test; a useful tool to measure physical fitness in persons with acquired brain injury.
    Brain Inj. 2019;33:183-188.
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  6. KIM S, Mortera M, Hu X, Krishnan S, et al
    Overview of pharmacological interventions after traumatic brain injuries: impact on selected outcomes.
    Brain Inj. 2019;33:442-455.
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    January 2018
  7. DOSER K, Poulsen I, Wuensch A, Norup A, et al
    Psychological outcome after severe traumatic brain injury in adolescents and young adults: The chronic phase.
    Brain Inj. 2018;32:64-71.
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  8. COOPER JM, Lockett S, McIlroy A, Gonzalez L, et al
    Virtual peer-delivered memory intervention: a single-case experimental design in an adolescent with chronic memory impairment.
    Brain Inj. 2018;32:350-362.
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  9. LLORENS R, Noe E, Alcaniz M, Deutsch JE, et al
    Time since injury limits but does not prevent improvement and maintenance of gains in balance in chronic stroke.
    Brain Inj. 2018;32:303-309.
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  10. AIDINOFF E, Groswasser Z, Bierman U, Gelernter I, et al
    Vegetative state outcomes improved over the last two decades.
    Brain Inj. 2018;32:297-302.
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    April 2017
  11. HEUER S, Pinke ML
    Development of an eye-tracking method to assess mental set switching in people with aphasia.
    Brain Inj. 2017 Apr 13:1-11. doi: 10.1080/02699052.2017.1290277.
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    January 2017
  12. REZNIK JE, Biros E, Sacher Y, Kibrik O, et al
    A preliminary investigation on the effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy as a treatment for neurogenic heterotopic ossification following traumatic brain injury. Part II: Effects on function.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:533-541.
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  13. REZNIK JE, Biros E, Lamont AC, Sacher Y, et al
    A preliminary investigation on the effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy as a treatment for neurogenic heterotopic ossification following traumatic brain injury. Part I: Effects on pain.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:526-532.
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  14. MITTON K, Walton K, Sivan M
    Tracheostomy weaning outcomes in relation to the site of acquired brain injury: A retrospective case series.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:267-271.
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  15. STAMENOVA V, Jennings JM, Cook SP, Gao F, et al
    Repetition-lag memory training is feasible in patients with chronic stroke, including those with memory problems.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:57-67.
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  16. MARKOVIC G, Schult ML, Bartfai A
    The effect of sampling bias on generalizability in intervention trials after brain injury.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:9-15.
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  17. VELIKONJA D, Oakes J, Brum C, Sachdeva M, et al
    Assessing the validity of Task Analysis as a quantitative tool to measure the efficacy of rehabilitation in brain injury.
    Brain Inj. 2017;31:68-74.
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