Preliminary investigation of Brain Network Activation (BNA) and its clinical utility in sport-related concussion

@inproceedings{Reches2017PreliminaryIO,
  title={Preliminary investigation of Brain Network Activation (BNA) and its clinical utility in sport-related concussion},
  author={Amit Reches and Jeffrey Scott Kutcher and Robert James Elbin and Hadas Or-ly and Ben Sadeh and Jacob Greer and Danielle J. McAllister and Amir B. Geva and Anthony P. Kontos},
  booktitle={Brain injury},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND The clinical diagnosis and management of patients with sport-related concussion is largely dependent on subjectively reported symptoms, clinical examinations, cognitive, balance, vestibular and oculomotor testing. Consequently, there is an unmet need for objective assessment tools that can identify the injury from a physiological perspective and add an important layer of information to the clinician's decision-making process. OBJECTIVE The goal of the study was to evaluate the… CONTINUE READING

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