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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.
A study comparing depression rates in men and women one year after moderate or severe TBI shows no significant gender differences in depression symptom levels. But researchers did find different patterns of other symptoms.