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June 04, 2009

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Ajlouny

I agree that the more information and studies that are made the more likely there would be a direction to take in helping those effected with moderate brain injury.

traumatic brain injury

Brain is a significant and a soft part of the human body which requires utter care. There is nothing more disastrous than sustaining a brain injury. Traumatic Brain injury is totally different from other injuries as it cannot be seen and treatment without seeing is really difficult. Besides the process of treatment is lengthy. Sometimes Traumatic Brain Injury may result in coma and even death. This is the most disastrous injury sustainable and especially in children it leaves disastrous effects.

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