Seizures and Traumatic Brain Injury

      The risk of having seizures is much greater after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Seizures happen in 1 of every 10 people who have a TBI that requires hospitalization. Most seizures occur in the first several days or weeks after a brain injury. Some may occur months or years after the injury. About 70% to 80% of people who have seizures are helped by medications.
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