Metabolic changes in concussed American football players during the acute and chronic post-injury phases

@inproceedings{Henry2011MetabolicCI,
  title={Metabolic changes in concussed American football players during the acute and chronic post-injury phases},
  author={Luke C. Henry and S{\'e}bastien Tremblay and Suzanne Leclerc and Abdesselam Khiat and Yvan Boulanger and Dave Ellemberg and Maryse Lassonde},
  booktitle={BMC neurology},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Despite negative neuroimaging findings many athletes display neurophysiological alterations and post-concussion symptoms that may be attributable to neurometabolic alterations. METHODS The present study investigated the effects of sports concussion on brain metabolism using 1H-MR Spectroscopy by comparing a group of 10 non-concussed athletes with a group of 10 concussed athletes of the same age (mean: 22.5 years) and education (mean: 16 years) within both the acute and chronic post… CONTINUE READING
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