Referencer til Trialog om hjernerystelse

Svar på spørgsmål i "Test dig selv i viden om hjernerystelse"
  1. Nej
  2. Nej
  3. Ud fra patientens anamnese og symptomer
  4. Nej, tab af bevidsthed er bare et af flere symptomer, som kan være tilstede
  5. 35-40 pct.

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Referencer

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