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Focal Brain Injuries

What is a Focal Brain Injury?

A Focal Brain Injury is a kind of Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury that occurs when the damage is localized or confined to one area of the brain, such as the injury caused when a bullet or other object enters the brain or a person receives a blow to the head. The same event may cause both Focal and Diffuse/Axonal injuries.


A Diffuse Brain Injury causes damage in multiple areas of the brain.

A Focal Brain Injury can be mild, or severe and debilitating.

Click here to read about the symptoms of traumatic brain Injury.

Click here to read about how brain injury is diagnosed.


Please note: The information on this website is not meant to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.

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