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Diagnosing & Treating Brain Injury

The Effect of Hyperbaric Oxygen on Military-Related Post-Concussive Symptoms
February 24, 2014

Research on HBO2 therapy concluded that it does not help manage symptoms from mild traumatic brain injury.

Early Research on the Use of Neuroimaging for Tailoring TBI Rehabilitation
May 20, 2013

A specific analytical technique used during MRI may help people choose among possible cognitive rehab interventions.

More Reasons to Exercise After a Brain Injury
June 4, 2012

Improved mood, cardiovascular fitness, and increased self-esteem are some of the main reasons people with a brain injury should partake in regular exercise.

Use of Zoloft After Brain Injury
January 24, 2011

This drug does not prevent cognitive and behavioral problems after at TBI, but may help treat them.

Peer Group Support Can Enhance Well-Being After Brain Injury
October 11, 2010

Peer group intervention helped improve depression scores and community integration.

Post-Traumatic Amnesia and Functional Outcome After Brain Injury
September 1, 2010

The longer the amnesia, the longer the recovery.

Severe TBI Can Impact the Cardiac System in Boys
February 19, 2010

Study shows that severe TBI in boys can affect heart rate.

Deep White Matter Volume Loss — One Predictor of Recovery in Children
February 1, 2010

WMV loss may be one indicator of brain injury severity.

Revisiting the TBI and Gender Question After TBI
December 8, 2009

More research is needed to determine if men and women recover differently from brain injury.

The Importance of Staying Involved After TBI
July 1, 2009

Working or volunteering is good for the mind and body.

Does Hypothermia Help Protect an Injured Brain?
March 1, 2009

Looking at ways to decrease pressure in the brain.

The Benefits of Exercise After TBI
January 1, 2009

Learn why strength begets strength, especially after TBI.

The Role of Race, Ethnicity, and TBI
January 1, 2009

Why are African-Americans less satisfied with life one year post-TBI than other ethnic groups?

Diffusion Tensor Imaging
January 1, 2009

New neuro-imaging may give more specific information post-TBI.

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