Does a Negative or Normal CT Scan of the Brain Mean that I Do Not Have a Traumatic Brain Injury?
No, actually, most CT scans come back negative.
In fact, it’s very common for somebody with a traumatic brain injury—especially a “mild” traumatic brain injury—to have a negative CT scan and, as a result, not realize they have a brain injury until they see a neurologist.
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