Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be considered as a "silent epidemic", causing morbidity, disability, and mortality in all-age cohorts. Therefore, a greater understanding of the underlying pathophysiological intricate mechanisms and interactions with other organs and systems is necessary to intervene not only in the treatment but also in the prevention of complications. In this complex of reciprocal influences, the complex brain-gut axis has captured a growing interest.

Traumatic Brain Injury and Gut Brain Axis: The Disruption of an Alliance

Maiese, Aniello;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be considered as a "silent epidemic", causing morbidity, disability, and mortality in all-age cohorts. Therefore, a greater understanding of the underlying pathophysiological intricate mechanisms and interactions with other organs and systems is necessary to intervene not only in the treatment but also in the prevention of complications. In this complex of reciprocal influences, the complex brain-gut axis has captured a growing interest.
2022
Ferrara, Michela; Bertozzi, Giuseppe; Zanza, Christian; Longhitano, Yaroslava; Piccolella, Fabio; Lauritano, Cristiano Ernesto; Volonnino, Gianpietro; Manetti, Alice Chiara; Maiese, Aniello; Russa, Raffaele La
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