Acute and chronic traumatic encephalopathies: pathogenesis and biomarkers

  title={Acute and chronic traumatic encephalopathies: pathogenesis and biomarkers},
  author={Steven DeKosky and K Blennow and Milos D. Ikonomovic and Sam Gandy},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neurology},
Over the past decade, public awareness of the long-term pathological consequences of traumatic brain injury (TBI) has increased. Such awareness has been stimulated mainly by reports of progressive neurological dysfunction in athletes exposed to repetitive concussions in high-impact sports such as boxing and American football, and by the rising number of TBIs in war veterans who are now more likely to survive explosive blasts owing to improved treatment. Moreover, the entity of chronic traumatic… CONTINUE READING
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