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You have to hit your head to receive a TBI. Though TBIs are most often associated with direct trauma to the head—often from falling or from hitting your head on an object—not all TBI victims have hit their heads. Instead, a TBI can occur when a victim’s head is sharply jolted or is suddenly accelerated or decelerated. With such a jolt, the brain can knock against the inside of the skull, which can cause significant damage to the brain tissue. At times, the brain will hit the skull on one side and then jostle to hit the skull on the other side, causing TBI in two different places. This is referred to as coup contre coup and does not require any direct trauma to the head. (click on this article to learn about the other most common myths)
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