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Incidence refers to the number of new TBI events that occur each year in a specific population or geographic region. It represents the number of people who had a TBI event whether or not they experienced related symptoms or problems after the acute phase of the injury. It is important to note that these numbers include people who experienced a TBI and appear to have recovered from the injury.

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Table 1–4. Estimated average annual numbers, rates, and percentages of traumatic brain injury–related emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and deaths, by age group, United States, 2002–2006
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Table 1–5. Institute of Medicine summary of long-term (lasting more than 6 months) health effects of TBI by severity and strength of evidence
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Table 1–6. Total lifetime comprehensive costs of traumatic brain injury by level of treatment, 2000 (million 2009$)
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Table 1–7. Total lifetime comprehensive costs of traumatic brain injury by sex and age, 2000 (million 2009$)
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Table 1–8. Unit lifetime comprehensive costs of traumatic brain injury by sex and age, 2000 (2009$)
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Table 1–9. Incidence and lifetime medical and work loss costs of traumatic brain injury by mechanism, 2000 (2009$)

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