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What are the features of a "mild" brain injury?
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Dr. Ernest Block
Surgery - Trauma
3 doctors agree
In brief: Erroneous assumption
The concept of "minor" brain injury is misplaced.
All brain injury is serious. Exact need for rehabilitation recommendations depends on type of injury, extent of disability and patient's pre-existing level of function.

In brief: Erroneous assumption
The concept of "minor" brain injury is misplaced.
All brain injury is serious. Exact need for rehabilitation recommendations depends on type of injury, extent of disability and patient's pre-existing level of function.
Dr. Ernest Block
Dr. Ernest Block
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In brief: Resolves
Hit in the head no sequellae.
Hit in head, unconscious, concussion with full recovery. Same plus headache with short duration. Then there are all the worse things persistent headaches, seizures, mental changes etc.

In brief: Resolves
Hit in the head no sequellae.
Hit in head, unconscious, concussion with full recovery. Same plus headache with short duration. Then there are all the worse things persistent headaches, seizures, mental changes etc.
Dr. Creighton Wright
Dr. Creighton Wright
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