Traumatic Brain injury

A traumatic brain injury develops following a sudden impact or jolt to the head. Mild impact may only temporarily affect one's brain cells, while a more serious and traumatic injury can produce swelling, torn tissues, internal bleeding, and additional brain damage. Such injuries can result in long-lasting complications or even death. When distinguishing the severity of brain injuries, note that doctors use the terms mild, moderate, and severe to portray how the injury affects brain function. Even mild damage to the brain can require immediate treatment, so if you or a loved one has received a blow to the head, seek medical care right away.

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