The brain is the most intricate component of the human body. This organ is the seat of intelligence, the database of memories, interpreter of senses, and the director of all movement. In the brain, there are 100 billion nerve cells called neurons. Sending electrical and chemical signals to and from the body. Each neuron has a cell body, along with nerve fiber called an axon and projection of the cell body called dendrites.
These dendrites extend out from the cell body to receive messages from other nerve cells. Axons in the brain connect neurons that provide extensive interconnections with other brain areas. Brain and their nerve cells are fragile. The sudden movement of the head can cause injuries. During such injury, the brain bounces back and forth against the bony interior wall of the skull. In high-speed injuries, the impact may be violent enough to cause swelling and bruising of the brain tissue called a contusion
The cases involving low-speed injury, the resulting damage may not be visible to the naked eye. As the brain shifts back and forth inside the skull areas with changing density in the brain slide over each other at different speeds. Axons cause stretch from the cell body this is called axonal sharing or diffuse axonal injury. Brain damage is continued to occur for hours or days after the initial injury. Damage of axons leads to the breakdown of communication among neurons in the brain. The neurons will die for the next 24 to 48 hours for the initial effects of the injury.
Most of the cases will be mild to moderate cases of diffuse axonal injury that may result in a brief loss of consciousness, impaired long term memory, reduced problem-solving ability, lower social inhabitation, and problems with attention and perception. Severe cases of diffuse axonal injury may result in a coma.
Computed tomography or CT and magnetic resonance imaging or MRI are tests that can be performed to check for mild traumatic brain injury. The results of these tests usually show a normal reading. therefore doctors must rely on patient history and clinical exams to diagnose a mild traumatic brain injury. GVNR Health is one of the Best Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment In Hyderabad.
Diagnosing the traumatic brain injury is mild. Most people recognize when the patient is in a coma and unresponsive, So there may be a brain injury. Mild brain injury is not often recognized and diagnosed. If the patient has come with a car accident and the patient has a mild brain injury, but there is a fractured leg, pelvis, and a couple of other things. The patient will not be going to see the mild brain injury and doctors are going to be concentrated on other injuries and even after a year and then they will be going to know about the injury of the brain. We are having the best doctors for a trauma care center in Hyderabad at GVNR Health who can recognize the brain injuries fast and can be diagnosed.