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Traumatic brain injury
In a January, 2014 file photo, a patient with mild traumatic brain injury has a brain scan done in an MRI machine at St. Louis University Hospital as part of a study of TBI in veterans. <br>Robert Cohen, St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS

Study tracks which part of brain is particularly vulnerable to injury

Blasts from explosives have long been known to cause mild traumatic brain injury in combat veterans, but a new study by Seattle experts sheds light on how — and where — lasting harm may occur.

 

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