Blast-related brain injuries could cause unique damage
from USA Today
Mild brain injuries from an explosion — one of the most common wounds suffered by troops in Afghanistan — appear to be different and more extensive than mild brain injuries that result from playing sports, according to a study in The New England Journal of Medicine. The findings support a growing theory that brain injury from a blast is so unique that it may even be a newly uncovered disease, scientists say.
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