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MRI evidence of brain injury due to repeated head trauma
Prof. V Nagarajan, Chairman & Head Neurosciences Research & Translational Task Force, ICMR, New Delhi; Chairman, IEC, Govt. Madurai Medical College; Director, VN Neuro Care Centre, Madurai,  01 December 2021
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White matter hyperintensities are associated with neuropathological changes, according to a new study which compared antemortem brain MRI scans of deceased athletes with postmortem changes in their brains. These athletes had played contact sports and had been exposed to repetitive head impacts.The study group involved 67 football players (professional / semi professional) and 8 non-football athletes who played contact sports like boxing and/or military veterans. All of them had donated their bra...
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