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What if the MRI was negative, can I have a brain injury?

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Many times after someone has suffered what medical personnel feel might have been a possible brain injury, they will submit the injured person through a series of tests.  These tests can range from an MRI, a CT scan, EEG, or X-rays.  They also may have the injured person do reflex tests, strength tests, and neurological tests in attempt to determine if someone has been injured or not.  Many times the range may be a Sometimes the range is very broad. When one is tested for injury they may score on the lower end and ultimately be diagnosed as not having an injury.  This does not mean that the brain has not been injured; it just means one tested normal at the time of the collision.
 

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia