UVa Today: Traumatic Brain Injuries From Combat

May 27, 2011

For this week's segment of UVa Today, Dr. James Stone of the UVa School of Medicine joined CBS19's Jim Hanchett to discuss how to treat traumatic brain injuries obtained in combat.

As an increasing number of United States soldiers suffer from traumatic brain injury caused by bomb blasts, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine are finding ways to better diagnose traumatic brain injury as a step towards better treatments and protection for soldiers in the field.

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