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  • Developing Depression After A Brain Injury
    Developing Depression After A Brain Injury

    When someone suffers a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a result of a motor vehicle accident, fall, or from an act of medical malpractice, the effects can range from physical trauma to behavioral and ...

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  • Understanding Open And Closed Head Injuries & The Different Types Of TBIs
    Understanding Open And Closed Head Injuries & The Different Types Of TBIs

    Blows to the head are often the result of slip and fall accidents, sports-related injuries, assaults, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other types of motor vehicle accidents. When someone ...

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  • Poor Prenatal Care: Failing To Detect Conditions That Could Lead To Brain Damage
    Poor Prenatal Care: Failing To Detect Conditions That Could Lead To Brain Damage

    When a pregnant women receives proper prenatal care, she and her baby are less likely to experience medical problems that can cause them harm. Sadly, some women do not receive this care and they ...

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  • When Shunt Replacement Errors Cause Further Harm To The Brain
    When Shunt Replacement Errors Cause Further Harm To The Brain

    Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) is the liquid that flows throughout the brain. Due to certain brain or sinus injuries, a leak of CFS can occur in the brain. If there is too much CFS in the brain, a ...

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  • Mistakes That Lead To Operating On The Wrong Side Of The Brain
    Mistakes That Lead To Operating On The Wrong Side Of The Brain

    However frightening it may be, brain surgery may be necessary when a person is diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor or even a benign mass that is growing too large. Surgery may also be necessary to ...

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  • Brain Damage As A Result Of Inaccurate Surgical Cuts
    Brain Damage As A Result Of Inaccurate Surgical Cuts

    “It’s not brain surgery” has become a common catchphrase to explain that something isn’t complex. Brain surgery is rightly believed to complicated. Brain surgeons (also known as neurosurgeons) are ...

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