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7/17/2013· Brain Injury

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy In Athletes And Military Populations

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti

Recently the examination of the brain of Junior Seau revealed the diagnosis of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. The recent diagnosis of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) after examination of the brain of Junior Seau underlines the seriousness not only of repetitive brain trauma in professional sports and in military populations but also raises continuing serious questions about the management and prevention of CTE in athletic sports.

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11/15/2012· Brain Injury

Assessment and Prevention of Traumatic Brain Injury in High School, College, and Professional Football: A Catastrophy Spinning Out of Control

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti, PhD

Freeman et al. (2005) noted that it was in the mid-'80s when it was first noted that mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) could result in serious and lasting consequences. Numerous studies with human and animal subjects have demonstrated the evidence of neurocognitive defects and delayed return to work in MTBI patients with postconcussive syndrome.

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