Chronic pain is common after traumatic brain injury.
The FDA has approved the Brain Trauma Indicator to evaluate mild TBI in adults.
Less than 10% of boys and girls aged 3-17 have ever had a significant head injury in 2016.
Career participation in football is not associated with an increased risk for all-cause mortality compared with limited participation.
Traumatic brain injury is associated with an inreased risk of dementia.
TBI-related tauopathy can be induced by closed-head impact injuries independent of concussive signs.
The findings suggest that [F-18]FDDNP-PET imaging can be used to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy in at-risk patients.
In former professional football players, career length and playing position seem to modify the effects of concussion history on white matter structure.
Concussion during adolescence increases multiple sclerosis diagnosis risk.
For pediatric patients with TBI, there is no apparent benefit of ICP monitoring for improving functional survival.
A set of biomarkers is associated with cognition in male professional fighters.
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