In this issue of JHTR we again pay tribute to members of the military, and their families, who have incurred a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Articles cover symptom expression and measurement, binge drinking, chronic pain and tinnitus. There are 2 articles on the intriguing prognostic value of information about ambulation (i.e., movement path tortuosity). This issue also includes 2 collections of article: 3 about the new TBI-QOL measures and 3 from a civilian survey of the prevalence of TBI in the general population.
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