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Category Archives: Traumatic Brain Injury

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Brain Stem Injuries

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The brain is a complex organ that is made up of many specialized areas, all of which work together to control thought, voluntary movements, and basic functions like breathing and sleeping, as well as coordination and balance. While injury to any part of the brain can disrupt the smooth operation of these systems, injuries… Read More »

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Delayed Concussion Symptoms

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As the name suggests, delayed concussion symptoms don’t manifest immediately after a head trauma, but could take days or even a few weeks to show up. Unfortunately, these symptoms often affect higher brain functions, like cognition, emotions, and memory and could be indicative of a serious and potentially permanent brain injury. If you or… Read More »

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Concussions Are A Type Of Brain Injury

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While concussions are often treated as relatively mild injuries that have no lasting effect, the truth is that concussions are actually a type of traumatic brain injury that can have permanent repercussions for victims. Unfortunately, concussions are a relatively common result of serious accidents in which a victim suffers some sort of blunt force… Read More »

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The Long-Term Effects Of Traumatic Brain Injuries

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are fairly common amongst accident victims, especially those whose accidents involved some sort of blunt force trauma. Often, when a TBI is relatively minor, a person can expect to recover with rest and the passage of time. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, with some head trauma victims suffering from… Read More »

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Common Symptoms Of A TBI

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), which are one of the most devastating injuries (depending on their severity) that a person can sustain, also happen to be one of the most common injuries suffered by accident victims. Those whose accidents involve a sudden blow or jolt to the head are particularly at risk of sustaining a… Read More »

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Life Care Plans for TBI Victims

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Severe traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are one of the most severe types of injuries that a person can sustain, as they often require not only immediate medical care and emergency treatment, but also the creation and implementation of a life care plan to address the victim’s needs in the coming years. Collecting compensation can… Read More »

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New Test Checks for Internal Bleeding in Concussion Patients

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Accident victims who suffer concussions can experience a wide range of symptoms, including everything from headaches and insomnia to mood swings and nausea. In severe cases, a patient could even suffer from intracranial bleeding, which can have even more devastating consequences, including permanent brain damage and death. Fortunately, a recently developed and approved blood… Read More »

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Sustained in Car Accidents

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Of the many types of injuries that passengers can sustain in car accidents, traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, have some of the most devastating consequences, often requiring lifelong medical care and treatment. Paying for these medical expenses can be difficult, especially for those who are so severely injured that they are unable to return… Read More »

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The Danger of Closed Head Injuries

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Many accident victims who strike their heads, but don’t see any evidence of lacerations or bruising, believe that they escaped their accident without major injury. While this is true for many lucky victims, an initial lack of symptoms should not be taken as definitive proof that a person did not sustain a serious closed… Read More »

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Are You Suffering from a Mild TBI?

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Some of the injuries sustained in car accidents are immediately obvious to victims. It is, for instance, hard to miss a severely broken bone or a serious laceration. Other injuries, however, are not so easily identified. Mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) for example, are often overlooked for days or even weeks after an accident,… Read More »

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