The term “brain injury” is often used to describe cases where the person was injured by an accident, such as a fall, and is unable to understand or remember what happened to them.
The legal term for the condition is “brain edema,” which refers to the sudden swelling or bruising of the brain tissue.
Brain edema is often confused with the more common condition “stroke,” but it is a far less serious condition.
In addition, there are a number of ways in which people with brain edema can benefit from rehabilitation.
For instance, if you are in a car accident and your brain is injured, you can have a stroke-like injury in which the brain becomes less responsive to the brain signals that are sent from your brain to your muscles.
In other words, your brain doesn’t function as well.
Rehabilitation of a stroke injury will usually include rehabilitation of your muscles, your nerves and the rest of your body.
Some people who are brain injured also may benefit from exercise, which helps the brain to work more efficiently and more naturally.
In general, brain injury is often treated by a specialist in the fields of neurology, neurosurgery, and neuropsychiatry.
A brain injury doctor or neurosurgeon will be a neurologist or neuroscientist.
He or she will typically specialize in treating patients with severe brain injuries, such is their ability to learn.
In recent years, there has been a resurgence in interest in brain injury as a treatment for patients with mental illness.
The most recent research suggests that rehabilitation may be particularly effective for people who have severe brain damage.
Brain injury is sometimes treated with drugs, and the drugs can also be effective for some people.
The drug lithium may help some people with mild or moderate brain injuries.
Some medications that help some patients who have mild or no brain injury, such with certain antidepressants, are also being researched.
The Trump administration has been pushing a number policy changes aimed at improving the quality of life for people with severe and long-term brain injury.
They include: reducing the number of Americans with long-standing conditions, such by reducing the eligibility for disability benefits and increasing the maximum amount of benefits people who receive disability or other benefits may receive.
The Department of Health and Human Services also plans to reduce the number and severity of disability payments for people in the country illegally.
These policy changes will be implemented over the next few years.
The new guidelines also will provide more financial assistance to people who need it most, including people with disabilities who can’t work.
The guidelines will include a number that are targeted toward the most vulnerable groups of Americans, such people with low incomes, the poor, people with chronic conditions, and people who rely on Medicaid or Medicare for health care.
These policies are aimed at reducing the burden on the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
The government will also reduce the financial assistance that states receive, which will be targeted to low-income residents.
In the end, it is not the number that matters, but the number who are most vulnerable, including those who have long-lasting conditions and can’t be paid.
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