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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

an act that is not just

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Together we will bring in the New Year with fresh initiatives and opportunities for people with brain injury, families, and caregivers.
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We also publish a range of books to help explain brain injury to children.
After adjusting for factors that can affect stroke risk, such as age, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as other disorders such as heart disease and the severity of the trauma, the researchers found that people with traumatic brain injury were 30 percent more likely to develop a stroke than those with trauma with no brain injury.
He is currently marketing several inspirational books and working on his next book, The Brain Injury Survivors Handbook.
Support near you The Brain Injury Group is dedicated to providing patients and families with local experts and services to ensure immediate help and long-term care close to home.
The Brain Injury Group is a national network of specialist brain injury lawyers working in tandem with a range of other professionals involved in welfare, financial and family services to support people with acquired brain injuries.
The research has led to the formation of a new group, the Criminal Justice and Acquired Brain Injury Interest Group, to campaign for greater awareness of Acquired Brain Injuries (ABIs).
The UKABIF Awards are held annually - and this year, the trophy for UKABIF Lawyer Innovator of the Year went to Francis Lacy Scott, co-founder of the Brain Injury Group and a specialist in catastrophic injury cases.
However, until now, no research had been done showing a correlation between traumatic brain injury and stroke.
Staff in the Wolverhampton and Willenhall offices of law firm FBC Manby Bowdler have raised more than pounds 500 for a brain injury charity by wearing brightly-coloured hats to work for a day.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland launched a guide to brain injury in Dublin to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms.
Touching on the many sorts of brain injury and the effects of each, it tackles subjects such as communication, struggling with memory, medication, and dealing with day to day life when it's an epic challenge to do so.
More than 90,000 have an injury severe enough to require an extended stay in a brain injury rehabilitation center.
Evaluations for treatment are covered in the first eight chapters, which address the epidemiology and pathophysiology of traumatic brain injury, neuropsychiatric and psychiatric syndromes following traumatic brain injury, taking the brain injury history, the neuropsychiatric mental status and neurological examinations following traumatic brain injury, the use of structural and functional imaging in the assessment of traumatic brain injury, standardized neurocognitive assessment, behavioral assessment, and neurobehavioral analysis and treatment planning.
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