Brain Injury Medicine


Traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be a disruption in normal brain function caused by external mechanical force, like rapid acceleration or deceleration, a bump or jolt to the top, or penetration by a projectile. As an acquired brain injury (i.e., postnatal brain damage), TBI is differentiated from non-traumatic brain injuries not involving an impression from external forces (e.g., those caused by strokes and infections). Considering symptom severity and duration (loss of consciousness, posttraumatic amnesia, and memory and motor deficits), TBI is often classified as concussion, mild, moderate, or severe.


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