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traumatic brain injury

n. Abbr. TBI
Injury to the brain caused by an external force such as a violent blow to the head, resulting in loss of consciousness, memory loss, dizziness, and confusion, and in some cases leading to long-term health effects, including motor and sensory problems, cognitive and behavioral dysfunction, and dementia.
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Traumatic brain injuries can result from a variety of causes, including car accidents, falls, combat incidents and sports injuries, and can result in lifelong motor deficits.
Their topics include the epidemiology of traumatic brain injuries in the US, the pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury and impact on management, the post-operative imaging of traumatic brain injury, blunt cerebrovascular injury, maxillofacial trauma, and advanced imaging in mild traumatic brain injury and concussion.
The study found nearly 50 percent of both boys and girls reported traumatic brain injuries that resulted in a loss of consciousness, amnesia or both.
Sharp increases in the number of suicides, prescription drug overdoses and traumatic brain injuries in recent years have caught lawmakers' attention.
Washington, March 13 ( ANI ): Low cognitive function and factors related to a low socioeconomic status are important risk factors for mild traumatic brain injuries, a new study has concluded.
supply psychologists and therapists working with individuals with traumatic brain injuries, and those in training, with a guide that focuses on the psychological consequences of moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries.
The National Institutes of Health, in partnership with the Department of Defense, is building a central database on traumatic brain injuries.

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