Published in MD Week, September 26th, 2008
Now brain imaging experts with Baycrest's Rotman Research Institute in Toronto have found a distinct "brain signature" in patients who have recovered from head injuries that shows their brains may have to work harder than the brains of healthy people to perform at the same level.
The patients in the study had diffuse axonal injury (DAI), the most common consequence of head injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents, falls, combat-related blast injuries, and other situations...
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