Chronic brain damage is an injury that occurs in the brain and can be caused by various conditions, such as head traumas, inadequate oxygen supply, alcohol use, or neurological disorders. Brain damage can lead to a vast range of functional impairments and disabilities, depending on the location and severity of the injury. In severe cases, the disabilities can be permanent, resulting in a mental handicap. In the most severe cases of brain damage, the patient will suffer from a coma, a vegetative state, or even death. Chronic brain damage can affect the patient for years after the injury, even if the severity of the injury is not significant. Treatment of brain damage is decided on a case-by-case basis, and the body contains cytokines such as TGFb and TNFa that exert neuroprotective effects.
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