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In: von Wild KRH, Nordstrom CH, Hernandez-Meyer F (eds) Pathophysiological principles and controversies in neurointensive care. W. Zuckschwerdt Verlag, Miinchen Bern Wien New York, pp 123-128 3. Bouillon B et at (1999) The incidence and outcome of severe brain trauma-design and first results of an epidemiological study in an urban area. Restorat Neurol Neurosc 14: 85-92 4. Meixensberger J et at (1993) Studies of p02 in normal and pathological human brain cortex. Acta Neurochir (Wien) [Suppl] 59: 58-63 5.

Broos PL, Stappaerts KH , Rommens PM (1998) Poly trauma in patients of 65 and over. Injury patterns and outcome. Int Surg 73(2): 119- 122 2. Gobiet W (1995) Effect of mulitple trauma on rehabilitation of patients with craniocerebral injuries. Zentbl Chir 120(7): 544- 550 3. Lehmann U, Steinbeck K , Gobiet W (1997) Prognose des polytraumatisierten Patienten mit schwerem Schiidel-Hirntrauma wiihrend der Intensivphase. Langenbecks Arch Chir [Suppl] Kongressbd, S340- 340 Correspondence: E. Ortega-Suhrkamp, Asklepios SchloJ3bergKlinik, Frankfurter StraJ3e 33, D-64732 Bad, Germany.

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