A diffuse brain injury is an injury that affects a widespread area of the brain. The majority of these injuries are due to acceleration and deceleration injuries, where tissues of different densities accelerate at different rates. Many diffuse brain injuries occur at a microscopic level, such as an axonal diffuse brain injury, and are hard to spot using MRI or CT scan imaging. Diffuse brain injuries can also be due to hypoxia, meningitis, and damage to blood vessels that causes a large area of the brain to lose oxygen and nutrients, and leads to a large amount of neuronal death that can end in permanent brain damage or even death.
Diffuse Brain Injury Bioinformatics Tool
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