Traumatic Brain Injury and Depression
Background: Traumatic Brain Injury: Sequelae
TBI is often accompanied by symptoms that may be severe or mild. In cases of mild TBI, the symptoms frequently include nausea, headache, balance problems, blurred vision, memory loss, or difficulty concentrating. TBIs can exert influence in the short and long term across several domains: physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional.
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