A focal brain injury is an injury that occurs in a specific region of the brain, most often due to a direct force on the brain, whether that is from a penetrating brain injury or a blow to the head. The damage to the brain tissue can usually be visible without the use of a microscope, and the majority of these injuries usually result in cerebral contusions, lacerations or hemorrhages. The symptoms and treatment depend on the severity and location of the focal brain injury, but all penetrating brain injuries must be removed and swelling and bleeding must be subdued. Focal brain injuries can lead to many problems including function loss of the region that was injured, especially in the case of penetrating brain injuries.
Focal Brain Injury Bioinformatics Tool
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