White matter hyperintensities were more common in athletes who played more contact sports or had more head injuries and concussions during their sporting careers.
Excessive neurogenesis following brain injury may lead to neurological problems and cognitive decline researchers report. The findings challenge common assumptions that excessive brain cell growth following injury is advantageous.
According to a new study, TBI patients who used computerized cognitive rehab programs showed improvements in attention and executive function.
CORDIS reports two US based biotech companies have been granted ethical permission to attempt to regenerate the brains of people declared clinically dead from TBI.
A new study sheds light on the mechanical properties of tau and its role in the elasticity of neurons. The findings could answer some important questions about tbi.
A new study supports p38α MAPK as a possible clinical target for treating central nervous system disorders associated with uncontrolled brain inflammation, including TBI.
Study confirms TBI can cause impulse control problems.
A single head injury can increase the risk of developing dementia, especially in women. Suffering more than one head injury increases the risk further, a new study reports.
Damage to highly connected regions of white matter in the brain following injury is more predictive of cognitive impairment than damage to highly connected gray matter hubs.