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New Technology Delivers Drugs To Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

Traumatic brain injuries come in many forms, from a mild concussion caused by playing football to a blow in a violent car crash that leads to unconsciousness and memory loss. These injuries can be difficult to treat without causing undesirable side effects, but a new technology may help doctors deliver …

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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury May Cause Cognitive Problems

In these DTI scans, the bottom row shows views of a head with the top sliced away to reveal the brain. The top row shows the corresponding top views of the brain. The green lines represent the white matter— the brain’s “wiring.” The blue areas are the damaged parts of …

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Bad Effects of Neuropsychiatric On Traumatic Brain Injury

psychiatrist comes across patients whose problems are at least in part related to the neuropsychiatric consequences (behavioral, cognitive, and emotional) of traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBI affects approximately 2 of every 1000 persons per year. Those who are vulnerable to mental illness (eg, persons with alcohol abuse or antisocial personality …

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy May Help in Brain Injury

According to a new study, people suffering from brain injury after stroke may benefit from HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy). This therapy is given to scuba divers when suffering from “the bends”. This therapy is a new method for the treatment of brain damage that may help patients who suffer from …

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