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February 17, 2009

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Ajlouny

That is incredible. It just makes you wonder how much of the inner workings of the brain that is unknown and incredibly unlimited.

Romeo  Vitelli

It's hard to say. I've worked with countless head injury patients over the years and never encountered a case like this.

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