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Mild traumatic brain injury may increase risk of age-related impairment in visual attention
 

Mild traumatic brain injury may increase risk of age-related impairment in visual attention

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People who have a history of mild traumatic brain injury may be at a greater risk of age-related impairment in visual attention compared with those without histories of such traumas, a preliminary study reports.
 
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11 Feb 2017 - General
 
Priscilla Mae Gobuyan Thanks for sharing this article. Mild traumatic brain injuries are the most common form of brain trauma that is encountered in clinical practice. In fact, this may account for 75-85% of emergency consults due to head injuries. This article presented an interesting finding. However, from the physiologic point of view, I cannot find a reason why patients with mild TBI will have such abnormalit...
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