The physical wounds of a traumatic brain injury are often unmistakable. Yet even mild injury to the brain can bring significant behavioral consequences, which may only surface over time. What are the most common clinical manifestations of these conditions? What can be done to provide suitable therapy? Brig. Gen. Dr. Loree Sutton, director of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, shares her expertise with host Dr. John Armstrong.