Talk:Diffuse axonal injury
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This might be a little TOO much info. If you think so, feel free to take some out or make new pages. Also, if anyone feels like finding the pubmed links for all the references and adding them, that would be great. --Delldot 19:23, 8 October 2005 (UTC)
Calcium influx article?
I'm wondering if there would be value to a separate brief (?) article on calcium influx phenomena because it comes up in many articles. Your thoughts? I have inserted an internal link to the now non-existent article to keep track of the mentions of the term to see if it makes sense to get that done. Please leave it in for at least a month even if it is still red. If it turns blue, you might want to check the progress on the article. DCDuring 16:45, 8 September 2007 (UTC)
- Whoops, I think I removed this link before I saw this note. WP:MOS discourages links in headers. Maybe calcium influx should be a redirect to excitotoxicity rather than an article on its own, it seems like the two would have a lot in common. I would think that calcium influx would be too broad of a topic, since calcium enters neurons all the time in a variety of situations. Seems like that kind of thing would be covered in calcium in biology. delldot on a public computer talk 09:47, 14 January 2008 (UTC)
I don't get this one bit, i asked for information on a certain brain haemorrage and you keep giving me the same useless information, my friend died of a brain haemmorrage when he was 15 and i gave you the symptoms and you still can't tell me what i want to know, you wont tell me why and you won't tell me how. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 09:15, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
Dear Wiki-editors, thank you for the good article on brain injury.
A suggestion is to have a look into DTI. Pleas have a look into this article. http://www.brain-injury-law-center.com/2011/06/29/dti-scans-diagnose-hidden-brain-injuries/