Latest Head injury Stories
Doctor Ann Engelland, author of recent book on concussions, It’s All in Your Head: Everyone’s Guide to Managing Concussions, explains what we can glean from the misfortunes of the Secretary
When initial computed tomography (CT) scans show bleeding within the brain after mild head injury, decisions about repeated CT scans should be based on the patient's neurological condition.
Physicians at Indiana University School of Medicine and the Northwest Radiology Network (Indianapolis, Indiana) report the case of a 17-year-old high school football player with second impact syndrome (SIS).
pace research has developed a new way of measuring the pressure inside your skull using simple sound waves from headphones.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) among children in China are a growing public health concern.
Scientists recently discovered that hospital MRIs could help show signs of mild traumatic brain injuries that may not be seen with CT scans.
The Western New York Head Injury Seminar, co-sponsored by the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association (EATA), New York State Athletic
University of Washington Costly intracranial pressure monitoring re-examined by researchers in US and Latin America For patients with a traumatic brain injury, the default standard of care has just been turned on its head by a group of researchers at the University of Washington working with colleagues at six hospitals in Bolivia and Ecuador. In a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine Dec. 12, the researchers found that intracranial pressure monitoring — the...
MRI shows changes in the brains of people with post-concussion syndrome (PCS).
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