Brain Injury

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Invisible wounds: The psychosocial complications of brain injury

Invisible wounds: The psychosocial complications of brain injury

Many people think that physical deficits following an acquired brain injury (ABI) are the most devastating to the patient and family.

VA expands benefits for brain injury treatment

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Some veterans who suffered traumatic brain injuries will have easier access to care through new regulations announced Friday by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Parkinson's disease, unprovoked seizures, some dementias, depression and hormone deficiency diseases related to several glands will be eligible for the expanded benefits. The regulations were set to be published in the Federal Register today.

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