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Henry VIII: ‘brain injury caused by jousting to blame for erratic behaviour and possible impotence’ – BBC History Magazine (blog)

Saturday, 6 February, 2016

Henry VIII: ‘brain injury caused by jousting to blame for erratic behaviour and possible impotence’ – BBC History Magazine (blog)

Instead the paper argues that “traumatic brain injury could have caused diffuse axonal injury [a common brain injury in which the wires that connect the cells in the brain become damaged] which led to a change in the psychological makeup of Henry, and ...

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