Stroke and Trauma

With increased awareness of the intense impact of traumatic brain injury in recent years, a common question is whether or not traumatic brain injury can cause strokes. Many well-known athletes have spoken of traumatic brain injury and how it affected their lives years after quitting sports. Traumatic brain injury research has also found an association between traumatic brain injury and stroke. After trauma, strokes are common. Indeed, while recent concepts of stroke exclude pathologies directly related to trauma, there are still many mechanisms by which subsequent ischemia or hemorrhage may be caused by a prior traumatic event.

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