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Concussions Cause Long-Term Effects Lasting Decades - Medical

5/12/2014
03:56 | Author: Evan Martin

Long term effects of concussions
Concussions Cause Long-Term Effects Lasting Decades - Medical

Concussions which commonly occur among athletes can cause damage to the brain that lasts for decades, according to research presented at.

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Concussion Facts Sports Concussion Institute

11/21/2014
05:28 | Author: Evan Martin

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Concussion Facts Sports Concussion Institute

What are some risk factors for sustaining a sport-related concussion? What are some long-term consequences of multiple concussions? Concussion: By the.

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Post-concussion syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

11/20/2014
03:08 | Author: Caitlin White

Long term effects of concussions
Post-concussion syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In many cases, both physiological effects of brain trauma and emotional.. enough plasticity that they are not affected by long-term consequences of concussion.

It appears that even the expectation of symptoms may contribute to the development of PCS by causing individuals with MTBI to focus on symptoms and therefore perceive them to be more intense, to attribute symptoms that occur for other reasons to the injury, and to underestimate the rate of symptoms before the injury. This information may cause people to focus and dwell on the idea that their brains are permanently damaged,. Iatrogenic effects (those caused by the medical intervention) may also occur when individuals are provided with misleading or incorrect information related to recovery of symptoms.

The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10) and the American Psychiatric Association 's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders have set out criteria for PCS and postconcussional disorder ( PCD ), respectively.

The majority of PCS cases resolve after a period of time.

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Concussion Center for BrainHealth

9/19/2014
01:36 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Concussion Center for BrainHealth

More than three million concussions occur each year in the United States, also looking at short-term and long-term effects of concussions and traumatic brain.

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Concussion39s Damage to Brain Lingers After Symptoms Fade Study

7/18/2014
01:40 | Author: Caitlin White

Long term effects of concussions
Concussion39s Damage to Brain Lingers After Symptoms Fade Study

Comparing 50 concussion patients with the same number of healthy couldn't offer implications for potential long-term concussion effects such.

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All tests and scans were repeated two weeks after the concussion, and again four months later.

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