Axonal Brain Injury (diffuse)

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI

Diffuse axonal injury occurs in about half of all severe head traumas, making it one of the most common traumatic brain injuries.

Essentially that is where and number of pathways in the brain have been disrupted meaning the signals are either lost or they must find a longer alternative route. These can be seen in road traffic accident causalities (such as my case) due to the rotational forces in a  heavy collision.


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