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Recent Posts in Traumatic Brain Injury Category

  • Challenges with TBI: Memory, Problem-Solving, and Emotional Stress

    Traumatic Brain Injury People who have experienced a TBI require ongoing care, but 40% of people who have been hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury have a service or therapeutic need remaining untreated after a year. Unmet needs include therapies for improving memory and problem-solving and managing stress and emotional upset, both of which impact ability to work. Other issues that can ...
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  • Using SPECT to Better Detect Traumatic Brain Injury

    Traumatic Brain Injury Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) are unpredictable in their consequences. They vary in severity, sometimes resulting in long-term unconsciousness and severe brain damage, while other times going undetected because the symptoms are relatively mild or difficult to discern. Mild-to-moderate TBIs can damage the brain's structure or impede its functioning, and they may produce ...
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  • What is Postconcussional Syndrome Following a Traumatic Brain Injury?

    WebMd has a pretty good rundown on what is involved in postconcussional disorder following a Traumatic Brain Injury. Also called postconcussional syndrome, the term is a catch call for everything that can happen after a head trauma results in a concussion. Not everyone has this condition after suffering a head trauma. Some are at greater risk to suffering postconcussional syndrome, especially if ...
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