Frequency of head-impact-related outcomes by position in NCAA division I collegiate football players.

@article{Baugh2015FrequencyOH,
  title={Frequency of head-impact-related outcomes by position in NCAA division I collegiate football players.},
  author={Christine M. Baugh and Patrick T. Kiernan and Emily Kroshus and Daniel H. Daneshvar and Philip H. Montenigro and Ann C. McKee and Robert A. Stern},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2015},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={314-26}
}
Concussions and subconcussive impacts sustained in American football have been associated with short- and long-term neurological impairment, but differences in head impact outcomes across playing positions are not well understood. The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine has identified playing position as a key risk factor for concussion in football and one for which additional research is needed. This study examined variation in head impact outcomes across primary football playing… CONTINUE READING
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