RESULTS Con­cus­sion (6)

CON­CUS­SION: An inury to the brain that results in tem­po­rary loss of nor­mal brain func­tion. It is usu­ally caused by a blow to the head. Cuts or bruises may be present on the head or face, but in many cases there are no signs of trauma. Many peo­ple assume that con­cus­sions involve a loss of con­scious­ness, but that is not true. In most cases, a per­son with a con­cus­sion never losses consciousness.

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Source: Amer­i­can Asso­ci­a­tion of Neu­ro­log­i­cal Sur­geons

Con­cus­sion : The fol­low­ing are avail­able in the Resource Cen­tre or online.
Injury Pre­ven­tion & Con­trol: Trau­matic Brain Injury (Pam­phlets Full Text Online)
Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol and Pre­ven­tion. 2012. USA.
Con­cus­sion (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
Amer­i­can Acad­emy of Fam­ily Physi­cians. 2012. USA.
Con­cus­sion Overview (Fact Sheets Full Text Online)
Mayo Clinic. 2001. USA.
Hockey Con­cus­sions Take a Toll (Arti­cles Full Text Online)
Randy Stark­man . Toronto Star . 2007. Canada.
Study: Effects of Repeated Mild Head Impacts in Con­tact Sports — Adding it up: About Con­cus­sion (Arti­cles Full Text Online)
Neu­rol­ogy Jour­nal. 2012. USA.
Con­cus­sion (Video and Audio)
Med­line Plus. 2011. USA.

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