The strange interaction between brain injury and intestinal damage

A new study from the University of
Maryland School of Medicine has revealed a strange gut-brain
connection between traumatic brain injury and intestinal
damage. Researchers have previously identified an odd connection
between TBI and alterations in a person’s gastrointestinal tract, but
this is the first study to understand this interaction in detail and
to reveal the two-way nature of the process…
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Traumatic Brain Injury

University of Maryland

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