Electrographic correlates of brain reactions to afferent stimuli in postcomatose unconscious states after severe brain injury
Human Physiology 31 (3):245-254 (2005)
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|Keywords||*Afferent Stimulation *Brain *Cerebral Cortex *Consciousness States *Traumatic Brain Injury Central Nervous System|
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