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CNS (Persistent vegetative state)2168ZNS (Persistent Vegetative State)

CNS (Deep brain stimulation)

CNS (Persistent vegetative state)

1999  
1
The permanent vegetative state: practical guidance on diagnosis and management.
[10496834] BMJ 319(7213): 841-4 (1999)
2005  
2
The Terri Schiavo case: legal, ethical, and medical perspectives.
[16287796] Ann Intern Med 143(10): 744-8 (2005)
2006  
3
2002  
4
1995  
5
2006  
6
Minimally conscious state vs. persistent vegetative state: the case of Terry (Wallis) vs. the case of Terri (Schiavo).
[16970211] Mayo Clin Proc 81(9): 1155-8 (2006)
2005  
7
The Terri Schiavo saga: the making of a tragedy and lessons learned.
[16295025] Mayo Clin Proc 80(11): 1449-60 (2005)
1994  
8
Neuropathological findings in the brain of Karen Ann Quinlan. The role of the thalamus in the persistent vegetative state.
[8164698] N Engl J Med 330(21): 1469-75 (1994)
1999  
9
The vegetative state--clinical diagnosis.
[10435162] Postgrad Med J 75(884): 321-4 (1999)
2010  
10
Vegetative state and minimally conscious state: a review of the therapeutic interventions.
[20460949] Stereotact Funct Neurosurg 88(4): 199-207 (2010)
2010  
11
Central thalamic deep brain stimulation for cognitive neuromodulation - a review of proposed mechanisms and investigational studies.
[21039953] Eur J Neurosci 32(7): 1135-44 (2010)

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