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brain damage

Researchers develop ‘Hyperelastic Model’ to understand brain injuries

Indian scientists developed an analysis-driven ‘hyperelastic’ model in calculating the stress and strain experienced by the brain due to blunt force injury and lesion (tumor) growth.

Unmasking the diversity of amyloid fibrils

Amyloid fibrils are self-assembled fibrous protein aggregates that are associated with several presently incurable diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Amyloid fibrils are shaped...

New drug could potentially reduce deadly brain damage after stroke

Scientists from the University of Exeter have discovered how a glitch in the way essential proteins are transported within the brain after a stroke...

Shaking head to get water out of ear may lead to brain damage

Fortunately, there is a solution that does not involve shaking head.

A 15-minute scan could help diagnose brain damage in newborns

Brain damage affects around one in 300 births in the UK and is usually caused by oxygen deprivation. However, currently, doctors are unable to...

Computer Game Highlights Stroke Paralysis Partly due to a Lack of ‘Mental Focus’

Patients who have endured a stroke – where the bloodstream to the mind is hindered by a coagulation or drain – regularly encounter a...

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