Concussion of the brain erysipelas death and diseases of the salivary glands tongue gums and lower jaw bone paperback january 1 1834 by benjamin c signed brodie author see all formats and editions hide other formats and editions. The terms concussion and mild brain injury mtbi are used interchangeably take all head injuries seriously err on the side of caution research is still being done include omega 3 protocol to minimise symptoms diagnosis may indicate less severe trauma this does not mean the outcomes are not debilitating sit it out multiple or repeat concussions can lead to severe disability . A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that affects your brain function effects are usually temporary but can include headaches and problems with concentration memory balance and coordination concussions are usually caused by a blow to the head violently shaking of the head and upper body also can cause concussions some concussions cause you to lose consciousness but most do not . Centers for disease control and prevention about concussions facts about concussion and brain injury where to get help about concussion 2 medical help 3 danger signs adults 4 danger signs children 4 symptoms of concussion 4 persons of all ages 5 young children 6 older adults 7 getting better 5 tips for healing adults 10 tips for healing children 11 where to get help 13 help for . A concussion which is a form of mild traumatic brain injury occurs after a blow to the headthe brain is surrounded by fluid and protective membranes called meninges which usually cushion the brain during an impact the brain is pushed against the inside of the skull and can be bruisedin addition different parts of the brain can move at different speeds producing shearing forces that
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