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Smart treatment predictions for brain trauma with use of computer model

Most people who suffer a severe brain injury take years to recover ? if they recover at all. But the right treatment in the crucial hours following an accident can make all the difference. Now a new project is building sophisticated new computer models potentially able to improve diagnosis and predict the outcome of treatments.
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