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Physical Symptoms of Brain Injury

What Variables Determine Issues with Sexuality After a Brain Injury?
February 3, 2014

Age, gender, time since injury, independence in activities of daily activities, depression, and self-esteem all played a role in issues of sexuality following a brain injury.

Fatigue After a Brain Injury Can Make Everything Feel Worse
July 1, 2013

People with fatigue after TBI feel like they are more disabled than those with other TBI-related symptoms that don’t include fatigue.

Heterotopic Ossification: Why Are Some People with TBI More Susceptible?
November 7, 2011

Learn the risk factors for heterotopic ossification.

How a Brain Injury Can Affect Gait
May 23, 2011

One or more concussions can affect the way a person walks.

The Tale of Two Smell Tests Post-Brain Injury
January 1, 2010

The necessity of olfactory tests for people with TBI.

Measuring Reaction Time Post-TBI
November 25, 2009

Speed does not necessarily predict accuracy after brain injury.

Olfactory Dysfunction After TBI
October 21, 2009

The sense of smell may be affected after TBI.

Obesity — a Risk Factor with TBI
January 1, 2009

Higher rates of injury and morbidity are associated with obesity after a TBI.


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