Head Hits, Not Concussion, Can Cause Brain Injury

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This is a new finding and an important distinction. The terms “concussion” and “TBI” (traumatic brain injury) often get mixed together. The medical thinking has been that when a person gets hit in the head, a significant impact will cause a concussion. Patients usually complain of immediate dizziness, confusion, headaches, and seemed dazed. They often perform poorly on immediate tests of brain function.
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