Traumatic Brain Injury is a physical injury to brain tissue that temporarily or permanently impairs brain function. In the United States, adults with severe TBI who receive treatment immediately have a mortality rate of about 25 to 33%. The vast majority of patients with mild TBI retain good neurologic function. With moderate or severe TBI, the prognosis may not be as good, but is much better than is generally believed.
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