Defining mild or minimal brain injury on the continuum of severity
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Professor Michael Swash discusses the clinical classifications of traumatic brain injuries (TBI), whilst comparing guidelines to statistics from the UK and US. He also talks about the forces involved in a TBI, the implications of such forces, and describes the Young's modulus and post-concussion syndrome.
This lecture was filmed at the "mild traumatic brain injury: diagnostic, clinical and legal controversies" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of Lecture: 14th March 2017
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