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1lesión cerebral feminine
- This can lead to convulsions, seizures and permanent brain damage in some.
- It is feared he has suffered permanent brain damage from his injuries.
- I had a friend whose little girl was born with severe brain damage and suffers from Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy.
- If this happens in your brain, it can cause permanent brain damage.
- Because it has to be treated very quickly so that you don't get any permanent brain damage as a result.
- The former strong man was also found suffering from permanent brain damage.
- A knock or blow to the head, such as in a road traffic accident, can cause brain damage at the time of injury.
- Some of the children who scored maximum points for normal cranial ultrasound findings had severe brain damage.
- Georgiev was immediately admitted to hospital with brain damage and skull fracture.
- His condition today was described as critical and it is still not known if he suffered brain damage or a spinal injury in the attack.
- Depending on the cause, some people can have a good recovery from brain damage.
- I also had suspected brain damage and a spine injury, so I had lots of different scans.
- Patients with a primary diagnosis of substance misuse or organic brain damage were excluded.
- On the other hand, severe brain damage can occur without the patient ever being in coma, for example after a severe stroke.
- He was said to be confined to a wheelchair, barely able to speak, and suffering from brain damage.
- This could be due to the loss of cortical influence in patients with brain damage.
- In cases where the victim did not have oxygen for a long period of time, there may be brain damage.
- If prolonged, this can cause brain damage, because the oxygen supply to these tissues has been disrupted.
- Drugs are given to control this and reduce the chance of brain damage.
- Miraculously, he made an excellent recovery with no evidence of heart failure or brain damage.