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Figure 1: Serum S100B levels at 48 h and 21 days post injury. Mean serum S100B levels in survivors and nonsurvivors (a) and at 48 h and 21 days post injury (b). Mean S100B levels measured at 48 h (c) and 21 days (d) post injury in patients with good and poor outcomes (based on Glasgow Outcome Score, Functional Independence Measure, and 3MS) at 6 months. Interquartile range (box), median (black line), and data range (whiskers) are shown. Mann–Whitney test was used to test for statistical significance in all cases

Figure 1: Serum S100B levels at 48 h and 21 days post injury. Mean serum S100B levels in survivors and nonsurvivors (a) and at 48 h and 21 days post injury (b). Mean S100B levels measured at 48 h (c) and 21 days (d) post injury in patients with good and poor outcomes (based on Glasgow Outcome Score, Functional Independence Measure, and 3MS) at 6 months. Interquartile range (box), median (black line), and data range (whiskers) are shown. Mann–Whitney test was used to test for statistical significance in all cases