Causes of TBI Falls continued to be the leading cause of TBI (35.2%) in the United States, followed by motor vehicle-traffic accidents. Read more
- Approximately 18% of all TBI-related emergency department visits involved children aged 0 to 4 years
- Approximately 22% of all TBI-related hospitalizations involved adults aged 75 years and older
- Males are more often diagnosed with a TBI (59%)
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