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Employment After Traumatic Brain Injury: Predictors, Challenges, and Interventions. Lynne C. Davis, Ph.D. Brain Injury Research Center TIRR Memorial Hermann Houston, TX. Sponsor.
Lynne C. Davis, Ph.D.
Brain Injury Research Center
TIRR Memorial Hermann
a mechanical force applied to the head that affects brain functioning
Closed TBI: brain is injured without penetration of the skull
Open TBI: brain is injured with penetration of the skull
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