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Right af­ter a blow to the head, which has caused mem­ory loss, the brain is un­able to store any­thing in the mem­ory. So, ev­ery­thing that hap­pens around you will be volatile mem­o­ries which will im­me­di­ately fade, never to re­turn again. The time be­tween the ac­ci­dent and the time when the brain func­tions nor­mally again will hence be a per­ma­nent hole your mem­ory. in

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