A brain injury
Some of the dangers of a closed head injury are the following: it can cause coma, seizures also loss of consciousness. Short-term dangers of this head injury also include headache and nausea.
Head injury (with no loss of consciousness) due to falling object while at a store. ICD-9-CM Codes
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A head injury can cause headaches, loss of consciousness, blurred vision and dizziness.
Most commonly a traumatic injury.
The person with a concussion may or may not lose consciousness from the blow; if so, it will be for several minutes at the most. More prolonged unconsciousness indicates more severe brain injury.
Contracture commonly occurs in upper motor neuron syndrome following spinal cord injury; traumatic brain injury; stroke; multiple sclerosis; or cerebral.also occurs in a variety of neuromuscular diseases, including muscular dystrophies and polio.
Concussion - Mild brain injury, results in a temporary loss of consciousness Contusion - Occurs when bruising of the brain happens, a more severe type of injury
Which of the following statements is true concerning Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)