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The long intracranial course of the trochlear nerve makes it especially prone to injury in closed head traumas. Acquired trochlear nerve palsy may cause symptomatic excyclotorsion, also referred to as torsional diplopia, which is rarely seen in congenital cases.
The most common form of TON is indirect damage to the optic nerve with the reported incidence varying from 0.5% to 5% of all closed head trauma cases (11).
Damage to the neural component of the motility system can also result following closed head trauma, as discussed earlier, particularly in the form of both IV and VI cranial nerve palsies, depending on the nature of the injury.
The first of the seven papers in this collection considers the residual effects of closed head trauma as a diffuse injury/network disorder, and prescribes rehabilitation procedures to train activation of the dormant network system through anticipation of deficit coupled with focused mental effort.
Jacob maintains that DMSO can be an effective treatment for closed head trauma and holds promise for other conditions such as spinal cord injuries and embolic stroke.
One high-profile case that raised widespread awareness last season involved Drew Hixon, a wide receiver from Tennessee Tech University, who received a violent helmet blow from an opposing defensive back, resulting in severe closed head trauma. Hixon was in a coma following the contact and continues to undergo rehabilitation today.
Psychiatric complications of closed head trauma. Psychosomatics, 26, 8-17.
(The other three areas are closed head trauma, subacute rehabilitation therapy, and medically complex cases such as wound healing, IV therapy, pain management and/or AIDS).
Although less prevalent than closed head trauma, PBI carries a worse prognosis.
Imaging findings in diffuse axonal injury after closed head trauma. Eur Radiol.