The symptoms of a diffuse axonal brain injury are very similar to those of other traumatic brain injuries. These symptoms include headaches, loss of consciousness, and dizziness. However, someone who suffers a diffuse axonal injury will often lose consciousness for an extended period of time or fall into a coma. The damage done to the nerves in the brain can cause permanent brain damage and even death.
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- Q How do other illnesses affect diffuse axonal injuries?
- Q Can diffuse axonal injuries be prevented?
- Q Do diffuse axonal injuries affect children differently than adults?
- Q How is a diffuse axonal injury diagnosed?
- Q How does a diffuse axonal injury affect the body?
- Q How common is a diffuse axonal injury?