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Brain Injury

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Brain injury, by definition, is damage to the brain that impairs one or more functions. The cause may be external trauma, insufficient blood flow, toxins, disease, congenital disorders, or birth trauma.
  • About Brain Injury: Glossary of Terms

    Presents technical words and definitions of matters related to brain and disorders.

  • Brain Injury Dialogues

    Documentary film on brain injury. Presents trailers, DVD transcripts, and a discussion board.

  • Brain Injury Network

    Aims to foster collective advocacy for people who have acquired brain injury. With brain injury forums.

  • BrainLine

    Traumatic brain injury news, information, resources, video, and multimedia for families, professionals, and people living with brain injury.

  • CDC: Traumatic Brain Injury

    Explains the possible causes, signs and symptoms, and long-term outcomes of brain injured patients.

  • The Sarah Jane Brain Project

    Foundation for PABI working to standardize treatment and services for brain injury patients and their families.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center

    Contains information on social services and references which include counseling, education, occupational therapy, and case management.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide

    Book written by Dr. Glen Johnson that discusses the indicators of head injury, seizures, and the process of coping with common problems.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury: Hope Through Research

    Explains brain injury, signs and symptoms, appropriate treatments, post injury complications, long term problems, and rehabilitation.

  • Vertigo-Dizziness: Whiplash Injury

    Includes facts about cervicocephalic trauma cases due to traffic-related accidents. Also shows an illustration of a rear, side, and front collision.

  • Waiting The Bridge From Despair

    While you were waiting; information for spouses, parents, adult children, and others dealing with brain injury. Includes thoughts from survivors and offers advocacy advice.


    Information on coma and traumatic brain injury for families and survivors. Covers intracranial pressure, Rancho Los Amigos Scale, neurosurgery, brain anatomy, brain functions, pathology, and glossary.

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