Can people with brain injuries be polygraphed?

Answer On One Hand: It Doesn't Scan the Brain.The polygraph doesn't measure brain activity but rather physiological reactions such as changes in heartbeat, blood pressure, respiration and electrical resis... Read More »

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Can brain injuries cause glaucoma?

Brain injuries can cause glaucoma. Any trauma, blow, hit or injury to the brain or head can cause traumatic glaucoma. It can occur immediately after an injury, or it may not manifest until years la... Read More »

Are there radiologists who specialize in brain injuries?

According to the American Board of Radiology (ABR), neuroradiologists specialize in treating conditions of the central nervous system, spine, head and neck. These physicians can treat patients who ... Read More »

How to Treat Cat Injuries With Medicines for People?

You can sometimes treat minor injuries to your cat at home. Cats are extremely sensitive to medications, more so than dogs or humans. Even if your veterinarian has used a particular medicine for y... Read More »

If you are at fault in an auto accident and the other driver said at the scene he was not injured and didn't appear to have any injuries how long does he have to claim injuries later?

Answer not sure about legal time line but if you report the accident immediately or even now ( if you did not) your insurance company will assist you with the information. if for no other reason t... Read More »