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A look at the development of secondary attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children who were previously hospitalized with traumatic brain injury vs children previously hospitalized with orthopedic injury.
Light-induced pain or discomfort, or ‘photalgia’ (otherwise known as light sensitivity, photophobia, asthenopia, photoallodynia or photodynia) is a well-known consequence of mild traumatic brain injury.
“You’re supposed to rest after concussion.” This advice has been given countless times to patients recovering from concussion. How did we get here, what is the evidence that brought us here, and what does the evolving evidence actually tell us?
The incidence rates of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are increasing, yet educators continue to be inadequately trained in assessing and serving students with TBIs. This study examined the efficacy of a half-day TBI training program for school psychologists designed to improve their knowledge and skills.
Mild blast traumatic brain injury (bTBI) accounts for the majority of brain injury service members and veterans but the mechanisms of primary blast brain injury continue to be disputed. Addressed in this review are blast wave transmission through the skull, direct cranial transmission, skull flexure dynamics, thoracic surge, acceleration, and cavitation.
A Harvard Medical School study published in Nature Communications shows a molecular relationship between TBI and CTE but also a possible treatment mechanism — just not one that can be used to treat humans quite yet.