Is it possible for someone to suffer from amnesia following a traumatic brain injury?
Once continuous memory returns, the condition is believed to have been resolved. However, while a patient experiences this form of amnesia, new events will not be stored in the person’s memory.
Posttraumatic amnesia isn’t the only complication associated with TBI. Some of the other issues include sensory problems, difficulty recognizing objects, tinnitus, language difficulties, speech challenges and depression. Some patients will exhibit changes in their personality.
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