Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport – The Third International Conference on Concussion in Sport Held in Zurich, November 2008

@article{McCrory2009ConsensusSO,
  title={Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport – The Third International Conference on Concussion in Sport Held in Zurich, November 2008},
  author={Paul McCrory and Willem H. Meeuwisse and K. M. Johnston and Jiř{\'i} Dvoř{\'a}k and Mark J. Aubry and Michael G M Molloy and Robert C. Cantu},
  journal={The Physician and Sportsmedicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={141 - 159}
}
This paper is a revision and update of the recommendations developed following the 1st (Vienna) and 2nd (Prague) International Symposia on Concussion in Sport. The Zurich Consensus statement is designed to build on the principles outlined in the original Vienna and Prague documents and to develop further conceptual understanding of this problem using a formal consensus-based approach. A detailed description of the consensus process is outlined at the end of this document under the "background… 
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