Brain Injury

It was January 27, 2017 when two rival schools from the Desert Sands Unified School District clashed on the soccer field. Though everyone came out to enjoy the game, what...
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A simple trip to the museum has turned into a medical nightmare for one San Francisco family. A mother had taken her daughter and son out to enjoy the culture...
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In December of 2013, a family took their 13-year-old daughter to Children’s Hospital in Oakland for a routine tonsillectomy. They couldn’t have imagined that their daughter might not pull through...
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The number of children that are diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries had increased in recent years, according to research conducted at UC San Francisco. It was recommended that children be...
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According to some reports, the treatment of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is commonly hampered by misconceptions about how such injuries occur and present themselves to observers. These misunderstandings persist...
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While much of the attention regarding concussions in the past year has focused on men in California and around the country who play contact sports, a new study sheds light...
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People in San Francisco who have been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries may still have long-lasting brain damage, according to a study published in December 2015. Researchers from the...
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If a California resident has the misfortune to undergo severe trauma to their head, perhaps as part of an accident or incident beyond their control, then damage to the brain...
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A substantial number of California residents receive a concussion or other type of brain injury every year. Medical research into the causes and effects of concussions has found that the...
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A California biotechnology firm is involved in the development of a new treatment that could significantly alter the treatment and prognosis of people who have been badly burned. Engineered skin...
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