Neuropathologic and clinical findings in young contact sport athletes exposed to repetitive head impacts
Key Points Question What are the neuropathologic and clinical findings in a convenience sample of young, deceased, symptomatic contact sport athletes? Findings In this case series of 152 contact sport athletes younger...
A potential role exists for nutritional interventions in the chronic phase of mild traumatic brain injury, concussion and sports-related concussion: A systematic review
Abstract Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) represents a significant burden for individuals, economies, and healthcare systems worldwide. Recovery protocols focus on medication and physiotherapy-based interventions. Animal studies have shown that...
Cerebral microhaemorrhage count is related to processing speed, but not level of symptom reporting, independently of age, psychological status and premorbid functioning, after first-ever mild traumatic brain injury
Brain connectivity, acute post-concussion symptoms, and cognition in adults with concussion: A quantitative electroencephalography study
Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) accounts for 80–90% of all TBI. Post-mTBI symptoms are measured using the Post-Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS); however, symptom heterogeneity limits specificity. Better understanding of the...
The impact of concussion on subsequent injury risk in elite junior Australian football athletes
The relationship between cognitive reserve and outcome after controlling for psychological status and sex following mild traumatic brain injury
Physical activity preferences of people living with brain injury: Formative qualitative research to develop a Discrete Choice Experiment
Neuroimaging to enhance understanding of cardiovascular autonomic changes associated with mild traumatic brain injury: A scoping review
ABSTRACT Background: Cardiovascular changes, such as altered heart rate and blood pressure, have been identified in some individuals following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and may be related to disturbances...
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