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Table 1 Clinical and neuroimaging characteristics of the TBI group

From: Diffusion tensor imaging differences relate to memory deficits in diffuse traumatic brain injury

PT GCS PTA Initial CT MRI findings (T2*/FLAIR-Hemosiderin deposits) tevol TAI
1 8 150 SAH. Small hemorrhage in L thalamus Microbleeds in L thalamus, R caudate, midbrain, frontal lobe, and CC 207 III
2 7 60 SAH. Small hemorrhagic lesion at the uncus Microbleeds in R caudate, thalamus, pons, frontoparietal lobes and CC 285 III
3 3 125 Small frontobasal contusion and bilateral hemorrhagic foci in R frontal lobe and R thalamus Microbleeds in R thalamus, R fronto-temporo parietal lobes, hippocampus and CC. Frontobasal contusion (< 1.5 cm) 315 II
4 5 45 No evidence of lesions Microbleeds in dorsal midbrain and L frontal lobe 429 III
5 4 40 SAH. Hemorrhagic focus in L frontal white matter Microbleeds in midbrain, R/L hippocampus, frontal and temporal lobes, and CC 550 III
6 7 51 SAH. Hemorrhagic focus in the R frontal white matter, and R intraventricular hemorrhage Microbleeds in R/L hippocampus and R prefrontal region 146 I
7 4 45 Hyperdense lesion in the L medial temporal lobe Microbleeds in L caudate, R/L hippocampus, midbrain, L parietal, R frontal lobes and CC 165 III
8 4 75 Multiple small bilateral subcortical hemorrhagic foci Microbleeds in L thalamus, R midbrain, cerebellar peduncle, R/L frontal parietal and occipital lobes, R temporal and CC. Fonto-temporal deep white matter hyperintensities due to demyelination 86 III
9 3 70 Small hemorrhagic foci at R internal capsular and temporal region, and L CC. Intraventricular hemorrhage Microbleeds in midbrain, cerebellum, R hippocampus, R internal capsule and thalamus, L fronto-parietal, and CC 443 III
10 3 60 SAH. Diffuse white matter alterations Microbleeds in R thalamus, R midbrain, cerebellum, R/L frontal and CC. Parietal deep white matter hyperintensities due to demyelination. 114 III
11 7 120 Multiple puntiform hemorrhagic foci in both hemispheres Microbleeds in L thalamus, R globus pallidus, R/L insula, R midbrain R/L frontal, parietal and temporal lobes and CC 306 III
12 4 171 Puntiform temporal contusion. L temporal subdural hematoma Multiple subcortical microbleeds in pyramidal tract, centrum semiovale, pons, and CC. Deep white matter lesions. L temporal contusion (< 1 cm) 213 III
13 8 20 No evidence of lesions Microbleeds in L insula, R frontal lobe and CC. Deep white matter lesions predominantly in the parietal lobe 115 II
14 4 105 Multiple hemorrhagic foci Microbleeds in midbrain, fronto-parieto-occipital lobes and CC. Deep frontal white matter hyperintensities due to demyelination 143 III
15 6 120 Microhemorrhages in the L cerebellar hemisphere and R frontal lobe Microbleeds in R thalamus, R temporal lobe and in fronto-parietal lobes. Contusion in R frontal gyrus and frontobasal (< 1.2 cm) 660 II
  1. PT: Patient; GCS: Glasgow coma scale; PTA: posttraumatic amnesia; CT: computer tomography; MRI: magnetic resonance imaging; tevol: time of evolution since accident to the MRI evaluation; TAI: diffuse axonal injury; R/L: right/left; CC: corpus callosum; SHA: subarachnoidal hemorrhage.