The brain scans showed that coordination of activity between two particular areas of the brain was much different between the patients who later recovered from a coma
and those who didn't.
I nearly went into a coma
myself listening to the tape, when I heard who it was.
To survive the rough-and-tumble streets of Coma
, the dark galaxies must be over 99 percent dark matter--a far cry from the roughly 85 percent that's typical of galaxies.
The founding board members of the Coma
Research Institute are as follows:
U6fmgaiSySo) Michael Schumacher wakes up from coma
and can nod and keep eyes open for long periods.
Schumacher initially required surgery to remove a haematoma from his brain, but despite its success, the 45-year-old was forced to remain in a coma
However, former Formula One doctor Gary Hartstein said while Schumacher's leaving the hospital was a positive sign, the announcement that he had emerged from a coma
was not news.
81, In 30cmL f/8 x75 coma
moderately condensed, looks like an out of focus halo of soft light, measures 11x8'.
A hospital spokesman said, "Behan was admitted last Tuesday week, March 10, and was in and out of a coma
almost the whole time.
Doctors can save the lives of many patients who suffer brain injury, but, if the injury is severe, the patient may not regain consciousness and slip into a coma
A WOMAN who'd been in a coma
in a Spanish hospital since Monday has died.
Summary: RAS AL KHAIMAH -- The Ras Al Khamiah Civil Court has rejected a petition for Dh11 million in compensation demanded by the family of an Emirati who had spent 11 years in deep coma
before his death after a road accident which took place in 1998.
RANGERS star Kyle Lafferty's ex-fiancee is seriously ill in hospital after a car crash left her in a coma
for a week.
Recent research with brain scanning technologies shows that patients in a coma
are more aware than was previously thought and that their chances for recovery are greater.
It is the story of coma
and of the forgotten - nothing more.