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Brain injury undiagnosed for two years

It was two years before a boy was correctly diagnosed with suffering a brain injury resulting from a bike accident when he was 11. After the accident, he became violent and aggressive. He was hospitalized but still undiagnosed until his mother suspected the bike injury may have done some damage. A doctor followed up her theory with a SPECT scan and found the boy was suffering from a brain injury.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Sun Current

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About: Brain injury undiagnosed for two years

Date: 14 October 2004

Source: Sun Current

Author: Blair Reynolds


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This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Undiagnosed
  • Undiagnosed and brain injury
  • Undiagnosed and mood changes
  • Undiagnosed and lack of control
  • Undiagnosed and anger
  • Undiagnosed and violence

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