Thursday, April 19, 2012 - 12:30 in Health & Medicine
A new study suggests there may be a starting point at which blows to the head or other head trauma suffered in combat sports start to affect memory and thinking abilities and can lead to chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in the brain.
- Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy announces new findingsWed, 28 Jan 2009, 14:11:16 EST
- Boston Univ., Veterans Affairs find sports brain trauma may cause disease mimicking ALSTue, 17 Aug 2010, 14:28:57 EDT
- Study identifies which children do not need CT scans after head traumaMon, 14 Sep 2009, 18:49:31 EDT
- Virtual biopsy may allow earlier diagnosis of brain disorder in athletesWed, 1 Dec 2010, 2:21:55 EST
- Brain autopsies of 4 former football players reveal not all get chronic traumatic encephalopathyTue, 26 Jul 2011, 12:34:48 EDT