Traumatic Brain Injuries Of Some Veterans – Part 3 of 3
Both he and Koliatsos said further studies are needed to buttress these findings, and to understand what this brain damage “signature” means. “My trust is that research such as this will eventually lead to better diagnostic tests that can detect and identify otherwise hidden injuries much sooner”. It could also lead to more refined treatment, according to Koliatsos.
For example, if damage to the frontal lobes is causing some blast-injured veterans’ symptoms, then therapy might include medications that stimulate the frontal lobes. But that’s for future studies to figure out. “It’s premature to say what this means for veterans honourableness now”. The most important thing is for blast-exposed vets to seek treatment for any lingering symptoms femvigor. “If you’re having problems, talk to your family and talk to your doctor”.