Despite the enormous advances in medical science, the brain is a great unknown for all of us today. Hence, all relating to injuries that could occur, both facing his diagnosis and identification for your treatment, are a considerable degree of complexity. It is not uncommon that after a TBI, initially not be manifest effect whatsoever but after several days, or even weeks, of the same began to become evident in the person certain symptoms or effects such as:-Confusion. -Dizziness. -Memory leaks.
-Malfunctions in motor ability and awkwardness in movements. -Exhaustion, fatigue or weakness. -Stiffness in the muscles. and ideas on the topic at hand. Hence, an early diagnosis of these is essential face to facilitate his treatment by some palliative or corrective element and avoid, in his case, he could develop lasting effects and that the damage could even become chronic. As well, the work developed by facultative doctors, and especially neuroscientists, proves essential face to the re-establishment of the patients.
Failures in the diagnosis of this type of injury as we have seen, brain injury can take important sequelae in the person, and may even cause alterations in their behavior and in their cognitive ability. If the medical practitioner would not properly detected the presence of this same injury through the results of medical tests performed and as a consequence this would have aggravated or certified in the patient, causing thereby a serious prejudice in his life, which could be irreversible, could speak of a case of medical negligence for failure Diagnostics. In this case, could be for the person who has suffered this injury (or relatives) if had died or seen truncated their ability to request economic compensation for the same, given that having acted diligently the medical practitioner who attended him, never had derived that person for the adverse effects that eventually suffered.