THE MODERN APPROACHES TO EVALUATION OF QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS WITH CRANIOCEREBRAL TRAUMA
The actuality of problem of quality of life of patients with craniocerebral trauma is involved with high prevalence of the mentioned pathology and uncertainty of medical social prognosis. The outcomes of craniocerebral trauma, even in case of its light degree, for the first time can be manifested after many years being besides not always adequate to severity of course of acute period of craniocerebral trauma and having deteriorative course. The article presents the results of original study of quality of life of patients of able-bodied age with old craniocerebral trauma. The degree of severity of old craniocerebral trauma is considered as an obligate predictor of quality of life of patients.
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