Amantadine did not positively impact cognition in chronic traumatic brain injury: a multi-site, randomized, controlled trial - Hammond F, Sherer M, Malec JF, Zafonte RD, Dikmen S, Bogner JA, Bell K, Barber J, Temkin N.

Despite limited evidence to support the use of amantadine to enhance cognitive function after traumatic brain injury, the clinical use for this purpose is highly prevalent and is often based on inferred belief systems. The purpose of this study was to asse...
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