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  • Influence of Test Environment, Age, Sex, and Sport on Baseline Computerized Neurocognitive Test Performance. [Journal Article]
    Am J Sports Med 2019; :363546519875137French J, Huber P, … Kontos AP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings indicated that concussion baseline neurocognitive test performance is similar when administered in group and individual testing environments. However, differences based on age group, sex, and sport type should be considered when interpreting baseline computerized neurocognitive test scores. The finding of higher symptom scores in older adolescents in the individual testing environment suggests that they may be less forthcoming about symptoms in a group setting.
  • The influence of head injury on olfactory and gustatory function. [Journal Article]
    Handb Clin Neurol 2019; 164:409-429Schofield PW, Doty RL
  • Head injury, particularly that resulting in brain injury, is a significant public health concern. For example, annual incidence rates of traumatic brain injury, a common consequence of head injury, range from 54 to 60 million people worldwide, including 2.2-3.6 million people whose trauma is moderate to severe. Trauma to the face and brain, including blast injuries common in modern warfare, can r…
  • The Influence of Self-Reported Tobacco Use on Baseline Concussion Assessments. [Journal Article]
    Mil Med 2019Roach SP, Houston MN, … Cameron KL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tobacco users performed significantly worse than tobacco nonusers on the impulse control section of the ImPACT, reported greater symptom severity scores on the ImPACT, and were more likely to take risks as measured by the BSSS. Despite statistical significance, these results should be interpreted with caution, as the overall effect sizes were very small. Future research should examine the influence of tobacco use on recovery post-concussion.
  • Effect of Exercise Recommendation on Adolescents With Concussion. [Journal Article]
    J Child Neurol 2019; :883073819877790Stumph J, Young J, … Fischer A
  • We examined the effect of a noncontact, subsymptom exacerbation early exercise recommendation on recovery from sports-related concussion. Retrospective analysis of adolescents, 10-17 years old, with symptomatic concussion, within 30 days of injury was performed. Time to recovery was measured between the early exercise group and a comparison group. A total of 187 patients studied-112 in the exerci…
  • QT Prolongation After Minor Head Trauma in a Pediatric Patient. [Journal Article]
    Pediatr Cardiol 2019Mubayed L, Romme A, Nguyen HH
  • We report a case of QTc prolongation associated with mild concussion in a pediatric patient. An 11-year-old male presented to the emergency department after sustaining a head injury during football practice. He complained of headache and blurry vision. Physical examination was within normal apart from an irregular heart rhythm. Electrocardiogram (ECG) showed normal sinus rhythm with QTc (Bazett f…
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