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Erratum

The article, “Hydrocephalus during rehabilitation following severe TBI. Relation to recovery, outcome, and length of stay” [2], which was published in 2014, did not cite “Hydrocephalus following severe traumatic brain injury in adults. Incidence, timing, and clinical predictors during rehabilitation” [1], which was published in 2013, as the second study used the same patient pool to generate data.

References

1 

Kammersgaard L. P., Linnemann M., & Tibaek M. (2013). Hydrocephalus following severe traumatic brain injury in adults. Incidence, timing, and clinical predictors during rehabilitation. NeuroRehabilitation, 33(3), 473–480. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/nre-130980

2 

Linnemann M., Tibaek M., & Kammersgaard L. P. (2014). Hydrocephalus during rehabilitation following severe TBI. Relation to recovery, outcome, and length of stay. NeuroRehabilitation, 35(4), 755–761. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/nre-141160