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Brain and spinal cord injuries are among some of the most devastating types of injuries, as the resulting damages are often catastrophic. Catastrophic injuries are classified as any physical damage that is permanent in nature, or more specifically, any injury that will prohibit the victim from ever making a full recovery and returning to the Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Dangers of Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries
In New York, it has been reported that researchers from the United States have developed an extensive questionnaire that will help soldiers who are serving in war learn if they need to be treated for traumatic brain injury (TBI). According to Wayne Gordon of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, the questionnaire Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Researchers Develop Brain Injury Questionnaire for Soldiers
A new study is reporting that soldiers who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBI) have a higher risk of epilepsy decades after they sustained their injuries. On July 20, 2010, the print issue of Neurology (a medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology) published the research study. The author of the study, Jordan Grafman, Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Study Shows Epilepsy is Common Post Traumatic Symptom of Brain Injuries
A recent study reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2010 looked at 559 people with traumatic brain injuries and found that their incidence of major depression was nearly eight times higher in the first year after the injury than in the general population. This finding is not particularly surprising given that Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Depression Associated with Brain Injuries Only Treated in Half of Cases