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Impaired eye movements in post-concussion syndrome indicate suboptimal brain function beyond the influence of depression, malingering or intellectual ability.
Post-concussion syndrome (PCS) can affect up to 20%-30% of patients with mild closed head injury (mCHI), comprising incomplete recovery and debilitating persistence of post-concussional symptoms. EyeExpand
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Motor deficits and recovery during the first year following mild closed head injury
Objective: This study examined motor impairments over 1 year following mild closed head injury (CHI). It is the first study to serially assess long-term oculomotor and upper-limb visuomotor functionExpand
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Eye movement and visuomotor arm movement deficits following mild closed head injury.
Based on increasing evidence that even mild closed head injury (CHI) can cause considerable neural damage throughout the brain, we hypothesized that mild CHI will disrupt the complex cerebralExpand
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Concussion and mild head injury
A concussion is a physical injury to the head resulting in altered mental function, with expectation of recovery within 2–3 weeks. In a significant minority of cases the symptoms persist longer,Expand
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Mild traumatic brain injury and fatigue: A prospective longitudinal study
Primary objective: To examine fatigue prevalence, severity, predictors and co-variates over 6 months post-mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI). Research design: Longitudinal prospective study includingExpand
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Motor learning-induced changes in functional brain connectivity as revealed by means of graph-theoretical network analysis
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We applied graph-theoretical network analysis (GTNA) to examine functional networks based on motor-task-related fMRI activations, in particular in the context of complex bimanual motor learning. Expand
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Saccade sequences as markers for cerebral dysfunction following mild closed head injury.
Diffuse axonal injury caused by mild closed head injury (CHI) is likely to affect the neural networks concerned with the planning and execution of sequences of memory-guided saccades. Thirty subjectsExpand
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Distribution of microstructural damage in the brains of professional boxers: A diffusion MRI study
To investigate and localize cerebral abnormalities in professional boxers with no history of moderate or severe head trauma.
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Graph analysis of functional brain networks for cognitive control of action in traumatic brain injury.
Patients with traumatic brain injury show clear impairments in behavioural flexibility and inhibition that often persist beyond the time of injury, affecting independent living and psychosocialExpand
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Recovery in the first year after mild head injury: divergence of symptom status and self-perceived quality of life.
OBJECTIVE To examine self-perceived health status during the first year following mild closed head injury. METHODS At 1 week, and at 3, 6 and 12 months post-injury, 37 patients with mild closedExpand
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