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Stimulate the Brain

Learn more about the anatomy of the brain and their functions with this interactive article from National Geographic. With a special interactive feature "Stimulate the Brain"

http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/health-and-human-body/human-body/brain-article/

DEFINITION OF ABI

Developed by the Clinical Data Working Group of the Toronto ABI Network and adopted by their Advisory Committee

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TYPES OF HEAD INJURY

Describes the different types of brain and head injuries, including the complication and recovery process.

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PHYSICAL CHANGES

Describes how brain injury may lead to physical changes which can be temporary or permanent, severity and location of the brain injury.

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COGNITIVE CHANGES

Describes how cognitive changes after brain injury can affect the way a person thinks, learns and remembers.

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EMOTIONAL/BEHAVIOURAL CHANGES

Describes changes in a person's emotional reaction or behaviour after a brain injury, often the most difficult for the individual and families to deal with.

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HORMONAL CHANGES

Describes some of the common issues as they relate to hormonal changes following an aquired or traumtic brain injury.

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FUNCTION & SYMPTOMS

Describes brain anatomy, its functions and symptoms following an aquired or traumtic brain injury.

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3D BRAIN INTERACTIVE

Information on disorders, brain damage, case studies, and links to modern neuroscience research.

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BRAIN STIMULATION

Describes the anatomy of the brain and its function with a special interactive feature.

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Ranchos Los Amigos Scale

Describes this medical scale used to assess individuals after a brain injury, based on cognitive and behavioural presentations as they emerge from coma.

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STATISTICS

Download the PDF document and view the staggering true numbers - and see how it compares with other health conditions.

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