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Tinnitus After Head Injury

Tinnitus After Head Injury

Have you been examined and given a diagnosis of a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Don’t forget to use your ears. For instance, injuries

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Left Hemisphere Stroke

Left Hemisphere Stroke

When blood cannot flow properly to the left hemisphere, you are said to be suffering from a left hemispheric stroke. An ischemic stroke is a

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Aphasia Diagnoses

Aphasia Diagnoses

Aphasia is a condition that occurs when areas of the brain that are accountable for language are impaired as a result of trauma. These regions

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Frontal Lobe Stroke

Frontal Lobe Stroke

The most prominent feature of the human brain is the frontal lobe. Language, memory, and the ability to reason and solve problems are only a

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