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There is no evidence to show headguards will reduce concussive episodes.
The pathology of that is better classified as dementia pugilistica and we kind of assumed it was only boxing related and you had to be exposed to a lot of concussive injuries.
But just when it seemed Bolton had woken up, Phillips delivered a concussive blow, arrowing the ball into the top left-hand corner.
WITH the easter weekend's action reaching its crescendo at the start of the week, the jumps handicapper probably didn't reckon on the four most concussive hikes coming on a wednesday at Downpatrick, but that's how it turned out.
In some patients, there are structural changes to the brain after a single concussive episode.
This means I will give him a nice, slow, concussive beating.
Summary: David Haye has vowed to inflict a "slow, concussive beating" on Dereck Chisora after their all-British grudge match was confirmed.
Army veterans, active-duty and reserve-component soldiers who were denied Purple Heart awards for concussive or mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBIs), are encouraged to resubmit documentation for reconsideration of the medal.
There is no way to predict the course of a concussive injury.
One recent study showed greater reduction in neurological activity among persons with two concussions, with reduced time between concussive events acting as an important mediator [16].
A fierce war of words between McKenzie and After a quiet, cagey opening round, Bellew belied his brawler reputation to remain largely elusive in rounds two and three, although McKenzie landed a pair of concussive rights.
The large-scale concussive cerebral damage caused by improvised explosive devices, a new phenomenon in military medical treatment requiring lifetime care of the wounded, is examined.
Like a noiseless bomb losing nothing in its concussive force.
Concussive injuries aren't unusual among Soldiers, Thomas explained, and are typically the results of blows to the head, or in combat, getting knocked around by a blast or vehicle rollover.
Athletes seldom report concussive symptoms, which makes the diagnosis a challenge.