Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) refers to damage to the brain caused by an external force such as a car accident, a gunshot wound to the head, or a fall. A TBI is not caused by something internal such as a stroke or tumor, and does not include damage to the brain due to prolonged lack of oxygen (anoxic brain injuries).
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- Voting Tips for People Living with Traumatic Brain Injury
- Voting Tips – Versione en Español
- TBI and Chronic Pain
- Understanding TBI (part 1)
- Understanding TBI (part 2)
- Understanding TBI (part 3)
- Understanding TBI (part 4)
- Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation
- Alcohol & TBI
- Balance Problems & TBI
- Cognitive Problems
- Disorders of Consciousness
- Emotional Problems
- Irritability after TBI
- Returning to School
- Vegetative & Minimally Conscious States
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