Subtypes of Sport-Related Concussion: a Systematic Review and Meta-cluster Analysis

@article{Langdon2020SubtypesOS,
  title={Subtypes of Sport-Related Concussion: a Systematic Review and Meta-cluster Analysis},
  author={S. Langdon and Marsh K{\"o}nigs and Egbert Anton Adang and Edwin A. Goedhart and Jaap Oosterlaan},
  journal={Sports Medicine (Auckland, N.z.)},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={1829 - 1842}
}
Current clinical guidelines provide a unitary approach to manage sport-related concussion (SRC), while heterogeneity in the presentation of symptoms suggests that subtypes of SRC may exist. We systematically reviewed the available evidence on SRC subtypes and associated clinical outcomes. Ovid Medline, Embase, PsycINFO, and SPORTDiscus Electronic databases were searched for studies: (i) identifying SRC symptom clusters using classification methodology; or (ii) associating symptom clusters to… 

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