Traumatic brain injury can be defined as any damage to the brain caused by trauma of any sort. Brain injuries are sometimes categorized as mild, moderate or severe, but even a mild brain injury can have serious consequences. Health Practitioners use a number of measuring sticks to categorize brain injuries. Two of the most commonly used are the Glasgow Outcome Scale and the Glasgow Coma Scale.
What is traumatic brain injury?
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