Posts Tagged ‘differentiate TBI and depression’

By On November 6th, 2015

Patterns of Connectivity in Brain Differentiate TBI-Related Depression

  Approximately half of all people who experience a traumatic brain injury experience depression within a year. Those who do experience TBI-related depression are likely to experience a poorer recovery, greater functional disability, and increased likelihood of suicide. Unfortunately, diagnosing depression in the context of a traumatic brain injury has historically been complicated by overlapping…

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