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). There are 14 articles and a Special Communication addressing TBI in military personnel. Articles cover measurement, epidemiology and clinical issues, including anger, ambulation, eye movements, seizures and the effects of blast exposure. The Special Communication from the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center in the U.S. Department of Defense provides detailed recommendations on best practices for progressive return to activities following mild TBI. This highly detailed resource will be useful in both military and civilian settings.
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