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Post-traumatic Depression as a Complication of Violence Induced TBI Versus Non-violence Induced TBI: Implications on treatment, interventions, cost, and long-term outcomes.

Depression is a well-established complication of TBI, with reported incidence of less than 10% to 77%. However, previous studies have been limited by small, unrepresentative samples. This study investigates the incidence, time-course, outcome, and measurement of post-traumatic depression in those with TBI who survive and are admitted to acute inpatient rehabilitation.

Registry Project Number: 125
Lead Investigator: Hammond, F
Lead Center for Project: Carolinas Rehabilitation
Collaborating Investigators: Babin, P, Grattan, K, Norton, H, Johnston, M, Miller, M, Kreutzer, J, Black, K
Collaborating Institutions: Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, Emory University/Shepherd Center, Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia
Expected Completion: 09/30/2007
Type: National
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown

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