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What is head trauma?

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Dr. Edwin Schuller
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Head trauma

An external force is applied to the head that causes injury to the skull, face, and brain.
In a car accident the force can be acceleration-deceleration. Or the force can be external such as being hit by someone. Or a myriad of other injurious causes.

In brief: Head trauma

An external force is applied to the head that causes injury to the skull, face, and brain.
In a car accident the force can be acceleration-deceleration. Or the force can be external such as being hit by someone. Or a myriad of other injurious causes.
Dr. Edwin Schuller
Dr. Edwin Schuller
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Dr. Jason Berman
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Some symptoms

Can include problems with memory, language, naming things, planning, and getting confused with things you known for a long time (e.
g. How to drive to your best friend's house). A board certified clinical neuropsychologist can evaluate the head injured person fully and offer suggestions for helping these symptoms. Best, .

In brief: Some symptoms

Can include problems with memory, language, naming things, planning, and getting confused with things you known for a long time (e.
g. How to drive to your best friend's house). A board certified clinical neuropsychologist can evaluate the head injured person fully and offer suggestions for helping these symptoms. Best, .
Dr. Jason Berman
Dr. Jason Berman
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