Items Tagged ‘TBI’

February 23, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Birmingham Head and Brain Injury Lawyer Says Study Highlights Need to Take Symptoms Seriously

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Birmingham head and brain injury lawyer Keith T. Belt Jr. said today that he hopes a recent Mayo Clinic study will help to improve diagnosis and treatment for accident victims. The study, recently published in Epidemiology, looked at a new system for classifying injuries caused by force to the head. Using this system, the study […]

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Tags: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, epidemiology, Keith T. Belt Jr., new system for classifying head injuries, TBI, traumatic brain injury


February 21, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Traumatic brain injuries more common than thought

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Though researchers are becoming increasingly aware of the long-term effects of head injury, few studies have looked at the prevalence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in all age groups, including males and females, taking into account both mild and serious events…“Even mild traumatic brain injuries can affect sensory-motor functions, thinking and awareness, and communication,” said […]

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Tags: Allen Brown, brain rehabilitation research, head injury, sensory-motor functions, TBI, traumatic brain injury


February 17, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Traumatic Brain Injuries are Likely More Common Than Previously Thought

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Though researchers are becoming increasingly aware of the long-term effects of head injury, few studies have looked at the prevalence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in all age groups…In a recent study published in Epidemiology, Mayo Clinic researchers applied a new, refined system for classifying injuries caused by force to the head and found that […]

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Tags: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, classifying injuries, epidemiology, head injury, TBI, traumatic brain injury


February 15, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic: Brain injuries far more common than previously thought

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Lourdes High School senior Hannah Anderson, 17, walked onto the basketball court last Friday night just long enough for the tip-off. It was a nod to her athletic skills, and brought tears from fans who knew too well the significance of her final moments on the court…Mayo Clinic on Tuesday announced a Rochester Epidemiology Project […]

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Tags: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Hannah Anderson, Lourdes High School, Rochester Epidemiology Project, TBI, traumatic brain injury


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