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- A 24-year-old male with open traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to gunshot wound (GSW).
- Initial evaluation revealed a GCS of 3 with GSW to left arm, left abdomen, left flank, and left skull.
- Initial work up with CT-Head showed extensive subarachnoid hemorrhage and cerebral edema with residual bullet fragments in the posterior fossa.
- Thirty days later he was transferred to our rehabilitation hospital.
Carbidopa-Levadopa, TBI, speech apraxia
Medicine and Health Sciences | Rehabilitation and Therapy
Bresnahan, MD, James J.; Koehler III, DO, Philip J.; and Maneyapanda, MD, Mithra B., "Carbidopa-Levadopa Improves Speech Apraxia After Open Traumatic Brain Injury" (2020). Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Posters. 11.