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Clinical Diagnosis and Management

Clinicians play a key role in helping to identify, diagnose and manage traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). They can also help improve patient outcomes when a TBI is suspected or diagnosed by implementing early management and appropriate referral.

What TBI information is available for primary care?

What TBI information is available for acute care?

What TBI information is available for patients?

What signs and symptoms can help diagnose TBI?

What resources can help manage return to activities (play, home, school, or work)?



CDC/Medscape Expert Commentary: Four Critical Questions to Ask in the Evaluation of Adult Traumatic Brain Injury
Vikas Kapil, DO, MPH
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A "Heads Up" on Managing Return to Play

Photo: David E. Sugerman, MD, MPH

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