Head Injuries Directory
Head injuries can be among the most dangerous injuries. They can cause brain damage or even death. Common reasons for head injuries are sports such as football, cycling, basketball, baseball, soccer, and more. Signs of a head injury include dizziness, nausea, memory loss, feeling foggy, changed vision, change in the size of pupils, and many more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how head injuries are caused, symptoms of a head injury, treatments, prevention, and more.
Head Injuries and Trauma in Sports: Causes and Treatments
WebMD discusses head injuries related to sports, how they are caused during physical activities, and which treatments can help.
Brain Damage: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments
WebMD examines common causes of brain damage, along with types, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.
Dementia in Head Injury
Dementia is a common consequence of head injuries. Learn more from WebMD about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and outlook.
Head Injury, Age 4 and Older-Topic Overview
Most injuries to the head are minor. Bumps, cuts, and scrapes on the head and face usually heal well and can be treated the same as injuries to other parts of the body.