<strongCustomer, in this type of injury , it is impossible giving a specific recovery time .
All will depend of the level of damage that the patient suffered , if the damage was light or moderate ,the patient could recover and certain neve cells could be repaired on theirselves over time .
But if the accident or damage was severe ,in most cases , the patient can not recover completely and the damaged nerve cells lose their function permanently , for this reason ,most patients will lose certain abilities permanently , the patient could have permanent neurological deficiencies like : memory problems , pain , seizures , other ones could have visual ,talking ,smelling and hearing deficiency , and in the worst cases , coma .
In relation to having surgery to repair permanent neurological damage , in the actuality ,there are many experimental investigations using stem cells ,however surgery is not a generalized and probed option in the medical community to repair neurological damage.
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