What are the Long Term Consequences of Diffuse Axonal Injury?Diffuse Axonal Injuries affect the whit matter of the brain. White matter brain areas include the brain stem, corpus callosum, cerebral hemisphere, thalamus, basal ganglia, hemispheric nuclei, contusions in the front parietal cortex, Cystic Lesions in the internal capsule.
Common Symptoms of Diffuse Axonal Injury are as follows:
- Development of memory impairment
- Reduced energy levels including chronic fatigue syndrome
- Elevated, expansive kevels of Irritability
- Los of motor functions skills
- Attention deficit defects
- Anxiety Depression
- Vertigo and Dizziness
- Apraxia: impaired ability to carry out motor functions
- Aphrasia: linguistic disturbance
- Disturbance in executive functioning (planning, organizing daily activities)
- Short term memory loss
Diagnosis of Diffuse Axonal Brain InjuryDAI can be diagnose by the use of MRI, particularly SWI sequences and the use of CT scanning of the injured brain. CT scans are able to pick up single to multiple small hemorrhages in the cerebral hemisphere. CT scans are also able to pick up
- Intraventicular hemorrhaging
- Hemorrhaging in the corpus Collosum
- And small areas of hemorrhaging along the third vertical
- SWI: Susceptibility Weighted Imaging of DAI
- DWI: Diffuse Weighted Imaging
Will I recover from a Traumatic Brain Injury?This is often a difficult question to answer. Many times it really comes down to the individual. If you fight for your health and live an active life, you will have a greater probability of recovery. There are plenty of groups and opportunities out there; it is just a matter of connecting with the right people. You need to believe that you will get better and actively make progress everyday to do so. Your doctor or neurologist can probably give you a good indication of what your chances of recovery from Diffuse Axonal Injury are. However, the key component to your recovery is yourself.
Selecting the Right Legal Representation for your Brain Injury ClaimIt is important for your attorney understands the extent of your DAI Traumatic Brain Injury and employs the proper experts to determine the extent of your injuries and the compensation you are owed. What compensation can I receive for my Brain damage
- Medical Expenses: Medical expenses include all medical bills and costs
- Future Medical Expenses: Unfortunately, the effects of a car accident can often be felt for months, years, or even a lifetime after the injury occurred.
- Lost Wages: After an accident, you are entitled to any income you lost.
- Loss of Earning Capacity: In addition to current lost wages, victims of brain injuries are eligible to receive compensation for future lost wages.
- Pain and Suffering: Including Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, Anxiety and depression resulting from your brain injury
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