What is a mild traumatic brain injury?
A mild traumatic brain injury is one in which the injured person does not lose consciousness for an appreciable amount of time, and where the imaging studies, i.e. MRIs, CAT scans, do not show actual visible damage to the person's brain.
What is a serious traumatic brain injury?
In contrast to the mild traumatic brain injury case, cases that are referred to as serious brain injury cases, typically involve a documented loss of consciousness. Further, the imaging studies in those cases show actual bleeding in the brain, a fracture of the skull, or other injuries of that nature.
In what types of cases do you see traumatic brain injuries?
Traumatic brain injury cases arise in many different contexts:
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