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PET Scan Technology Offers New Hope For Diagnosing Chronic Brain Trauma
PET Scan Technology Offers New Hope For Diagnosing Chronic Brain Trauma

A brain-imaging technique developed by researchers at UCLA recently may hold the key to diagnosing patients with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a condition that results from multiple traumatic brain injuries (TBI) over a period of time, according to a recent report ...

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Blog posts in January, 2013

  • Fatal Truck Accidents Decrease In California, But Injuries Go Up

    The number of fatal truck accidents in California per year has been decreasing over the last half-decade, according to data from the California ...

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  • Study Shows Teens Learn Texting And Driving From Their Parents

    Distracted driving makes the news in San Jose regularly for its devastating effects: it can cause serious car accidents and even claim lives. Teens ...

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  • I-880 Crash Claims The Life Of Milpitas Man

    A 19-year-old man from Milpitas lost his life recently in a car accident on I-880 in San Jose, according to a recent article in the Mercury News . The ...

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  • Studies Reveal The Financial Costs Of Spinal Cord Injury Can Be Significant

    Despite advances in medical treatment and understanding of spinal cord injuries, these injuries remain some of the most expensive to treat both ...

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  • Study Questions Whether Patients With Mild Tbis Need Repeated Ct Scans

    A study published in the January issue of Neurosurgery questions whether patients with mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that don’t cause bleeding ...

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