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Hammond, Douglas; Davies, David; Su, Zhangjie (2015)
Publisher: The Royal College of Surgeons
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: A900, A400
Although the absolute definition is often debated, concussion can be defined as a temporary disruption in normal brain function after a mechanical impact or transmission of force through cerebral tissue. A frequent misconception in the diagnosis is that an individual must have ‘lost consciousness’ to have become concussed; this is not the case. A temporary loss of function may\ud be manifested as blurring of vision, confusion or unsteadiness
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