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Doctors were unable to prevent her suffering permanent brain damage and her memory, speech and concentration have been affected.
It can cause permanent brain damage and change forever the way you view the world.
But when the teen was released seven days after the incident, the diagnosis indicated that there was no permanent brain damage.
This can be very severe and leave permanent brain damage or even cause death.
The finding suggests that extra D2 receptors cause permanent brain damage, Kandel says.
This so-called "second impact syndrome" can result in brain swelling, permanent brain damage, and even death.
A company director who suffered permanent brain damage during a routine operation to treat a runny nose has won a pounds 1.32 million payout.
Dangerous conditions involving lead or asbestos should be treated with the utmost care and you should be cautious and leave your apartment immediately as those substances can cause permanent brain damage.
Long experienced such a cataclysm when an accident caused permanent brain damage. For the first few months afterward, she was unable to reason clearly, hold a conversation, or take care of herself; she was a stranger to herself.
Victim Ted Blake collapsed with the hammer still embedded in his head and was left with permanent brain damage.
Excessive lead exposure is associated with cognitive impairment, stunted growth, and permanent brain damage and mental retardation.
Mr Ollerhead suffered serious permanent brain damage and Mr Davies is unable to walk without assistance.

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