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Brain Injuries: Traumatic vs. Non-Traumatic
Brain Injuries: Traumatic vs. Non-Traumatic

Brain injuries are some of the most commonly sustained types of injuries because of how easy they can occur and the many different circumstances that can result in them happening. However, what people may not know is that they’re typically categorized in multiple different ...

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Blog posts in Brain Injury

  • What Is the Glasgow Coma Scale and How Does It Work?

    In the United States, roughly 2.8 million people will sustain some form of traumatic brain injury each year. It is one of the top contributing factors ...

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  • What Makes a Personal Injury Case Catastrophic?

    A personal injury characteristically refers to the physical, mental, and emotional injuries incurred due to an accident or the negligence of a person, ...

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  • What You Should Look For In a Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney

    After suffering a traumatic brain injury , knowing who you can turn to for help could be the biggest difference between you living comfortably or you ...

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  • Head Injuries Suffered in San Jose Crash

    Two pickup trucks traveling about 40 mph collided head-on resulting in major head injuries to one of the drivers. According to a news report in San ...

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  • Seeking Compensation for Fireworks-Related Injuries

    Some fireworks are legal in San Jose, but all fireworks can be dangerous. Even sparklers that are marketed for children can cause devastating burn ...

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  • March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

    March is brain injury awareness month. This is a good time for all of us to review and reflect on how brain injury occurs and how it can affect the ...

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  • What is the Cost of a Traumatic Brain Injury?

    A traumatic brain injury occurs when an injury to the brain results from internal damage, a loss of oxygen, or a sudden impact. TBIs often result in ...

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  • 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 ...

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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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