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Neuron Suicide and Murder: Traumatic Axonal Injury Resulting in Delayed and/or Progressive Symptoms

Fully Narrated Eight-Minute Animation

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$2,250 (first case per firm)

$600 (each subsequent case per firm)


This eight-minute animation accurately and effectively explains the complexities of traumatic axonal injury and neuron “suicide and murder.” It demonstrates how incidents of TBI can initially go undetected because symptoms may not be immediately evident, and areas of injury and cell death can be too small for traditional imaging studies to detect. These symptoms may progressively worsen as the cascade of cell death continues, ultimately resulting in devastating brain injuries that do not fully develop until weeks or months after  the initial incident.


Animation Stills: Click On Image to Enlarge

Close up of a neurons anatomy

Calcium ions flowing uncontrollably into a small tear in the membrane of an axon.

Close up of an injured axon and the release of self-destructive substances.

Injured axons release self-destructive substances, they begin to break down nearby, healthy, functional axons.

Destructive electrical and chemical impulses being discharged from a terminal bulb.

Multiple microscopic islands of injured axons, each consisting of axons - all too small to be visible on typical MRIs.

Animations are useful in effectively illustrating and assisting the jury in understanding the technical and complex issues often present in brain injury cases. It is highly likely the defense will object to getting the demonstrative evidence admitted for being more prejudicial than probative. Medivisuals has created still exhibits that can be utilized, should issues arise with getting the animation admitted into evidence. They can be purchased individually at the archive prive of $395* each or if bought in conjunction with the Neuron Suicide and Murder Animation the price is reduced to $100* each


* price is for a digital 150 dpi jpeg file. Additional fees may occur for printing, mounting, laminating and shipping.



Testimonials:

“This amazing demonstrative aid is the crucial tool that attorneys have been waiting for to help juries and adjusters understand why brain injury is a process over time and not an event. It clearly explains the delays in symptoms that are so common in these cases and that too often prove fatal to a jury fully understanding and accepting delays in diagnosis. This animation explains the science and medicine of diffuse axonal injury better than any visual or demonstrative aid I have seen. This animation explains the science and medicine of diffuse axonal injury better than any visual or demonstrative aid I have seen. It is the crucial missing link that brain injury attorneys all over the country have been waiting for to prove these cases. It is a game changer.”


Steven M. Gursten

Michigan Auto Law

"Brilliant video! I look forward to working with you again soon.”


David E. Ross, M.D.

Director, Virginia Institute of Neuropsychiatry

“When the TBI is tiny or invisible, you have to find a way to show the jury what is happening on a microscopic level. Our expert really appreciated the hard work and research that has gone into this video — it is beautifully done with great colors, effective animation, and labels … a TBI can truly be invisible … the small brain anomaly represented thousands of axons that were undetectable.”     

     

 Deborah Chang

PANISH SHEA & BOYLE LLP


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References for Animation

Medical Legal Educational Blog

Topic: Delayed Onset and Progressive Worsening of Neurological Symptoms Following Traumatic Brain Injury (neuron suicide and murder).  ​​​​​​​  

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