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TBI among Military Service Members and Veterans

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Figure 1–1. Percentage of traumatic brain injury hospitalizations pre- and postwar, by selected external causes, U.S. Armed Forces, 1997–2006.Excludes other causes (prewar: 5.5%; postwar: 4.1%) and missing/invalid code (prewar: 25.3%; postwar: 38.1%). Prewar = January 1, 1997, to August 31, 2001; postwar = September 1, 2001, to December 31, 2006.Source. Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center 2007.

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