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Updated 30 January 2014

Schumi: how brain injury could affect him

Doctors are starting to lower Schumacher's sedation level in an effort to bring him out of his coma. Here's more about the effects a brain injury could have.

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Doctors are starting to lower Schumacher's sedation level in an effort to bring him out of his coma. Here's more about the effects a brain injury could have.

Take a look at this infographic on how injuries to particular parts of the brain could affect someone like Schumacher.

Get all the facts here on what an induced coma is.

Read more here about traumatic brain injury and how it could affect someone like Michael Schumacher, following his accident on a ski slope. He has been in an induced coma since the beginning of January.



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