DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS: Diagnostic accuracy of brain imaging in the vegetative state

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Abstract

Differential diagnosis in the vegetative and minimally conscious states is notoriously difficult. A new report compares the diagnostic accuracy of two neuroimaging methods, using bedside behavioural assessment as a reference. The results highlight the many theoretical and methodological challenges in studying this patient group.

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