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Deployment-Related Traumatic Brain Injury and Co-Occurring Conditions

A Course for Civilian Health Care Providers from BrainLineMilitary.org

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Post-test

Check to see what you've learned with this brief post-test. If you do not complete the test in one sitting, you'll need to start again from the beginning.

  1. True or False: After one concussion, most people recover fully within a few months.
    True
    False
  2. Common problems associated with concussion may include:
    Trouble sleeping
    Changes in mood
    Forgetfulness
    Chronic pain
    Stress
    All of the above
  3. While all of these problems need prompt attention, this problem should be addressed first so it doesn't make other symptoms worse:
    Irritability
    Sleep
    Chronic pain
    Headaches
  4. When an individual complains of problems with memory, it may actually be a problem with:
    Attention
    Pain
    Headaches
    Sleep
  5. A history of psychological issues prior to a mild traumatic brain injury can increase the risk of:
    Headaches
    Chronic pain
    Depression
    All of the above
  6. Using drugs or alcohol after a concussion can:
    Delay recovery time
    Increase pain
    Reduce stress
    Improve mood



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