Portable, low-field magnetic resonance imaging is feasible for obtaining neuroimaging in intensive care unit patients.
From 2012 to 2018, there was a decrease in the rate of sports and recreation-related traumatic brain injury emergency department visits for children.
Researchers assessed whether exposure to repetitive head impacts during a professional football career was associated with an increased in the risk for all-cause mortality.
An increase in repetitive head impacts is associated with an increased hazard of death among National Football League players.
Former American-style football players report clinician-diagnosed CTE, and they have significantly more comorbidities and cognitive impairment symptoms.
Researchers sought to validate traumatic encephalopathy syndrome criteria for the diagnosis and management of patients with CTE.
The researchers found that prophylactic anticoagulation protocol improves patient outcomes.
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Recommendations for pediatricians include remaining vigilant for signs, consulting subspecialists
At two weeks postinjury, less than half of patients are recovered, regardless of age.