Journal of Brain and Neurology

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Head Injury

 A head injury is any injury that outcomes in trauma to the skull or brain. The terms traumatic brain injury and head injury are frequently utilized reciprocally in clinical literature. Since head wounds spread such an expansive extent of wounds, there are numerous causes—including mishaps, falls, physical assault, or traffic crashes—that can cause head injuries. The quantity of new cases is 1.7 million in the United States every year, with about 3% of these occurrences prompting demise. Grown-ups have head injuries more every now and again than any age group coming about because of falls, engine vehicle crashes, impacting or being struck by an article, or attacks. Youngsters, be that as it may, may encounter head injuries from unintentional falls or deliberate causes, (for example, being struck or shaken) prompting hospitalization. Acquired brain injury (ABI) is a term used to separate mind wounds happening after birth from injury, from a hereditary issue, or from an intrinsic issue.

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