Suggested Reading

Adams, R. D., and Victor, M. (1998). Principles ofNeurology, 4th ed.

McGraw-Hill, New York. Freund, H. J., Sabel, B. A., and Witte, O. W. (Eds.) (1997). Advances in Neurology. Vol. 73: Brain Plasticity. Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia.

Graham, D. I., and Lantos, P. L. (Eds.) (1999). Greenfield's

Neuropathology, 6th ed. Arnold, London. Keidel, M., and Miller, J. D. (1996). Head trauma. In Neurological Disorders: Course and Treatment. (Th. Brandt, L. R. Caplan, J. Dichgans, H. C. Diener, and Ch. Kennard, Eds.), pp. 531-544. Academic Press, San Diego. Mandell, G. C., Bennett, J. E., and Dobin, R. (1995). Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, 4th ed. Churchill-Livingstone, Edinburgh, UK.

Witte, O. W. (1998). Lesion-induced plasticity as a potential mechanism for recovery and rehabilitative training. Curr. Opin. Neurol. 11, 655-662.

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