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Will new test method improve detection of traumatic brain injuries?

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Article provided by Kennedy, Johnson, D'Elia & Gillooly, L.L.C.
Published Date: 
19 December 2013
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www.digitaljournal.com
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The effects of a TBI can be devastating, and in some cases late detection can lead to even more severe effects.

Many people in New Haven County, Connecticut, have had the experience of being hurt and not knowing initially whether the injury was severe. This can especially be a danger for people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury<, which is often a difficult injury to detect.

The effects of a TBI can be devastating, and in some cases late detection can lead to even more severe effects. Now, a new and more effective means of detecting TBI may be able to help future victims of the condition.

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