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concuss

(kən-kŭs′)
tr.v. con·cussed, con·cussing, con·cusses
To injure by concussion: "a middle-aged woman concussed by a blow on the head" (Manchester Guardian Weekly).
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The concussed players demonstrated significant impairment on clinical assessment at 24 hours post-injury, but returned to baseline levels at eight days.
These data are displayed for the sample as a whole, as well as for the previously concussed and non-concussed participants.
Instead of avoidance of stimulation altogether in concussed youth with PTM, a more flexible, balanced approach where the headache and associated symptoms are approached in a calm and rational way is warranted.
"I suspect it could be a smokescreen for the fact that Ronan O'Gara was actually concussed, and he'd therefore miss the final match of the Championship.
Though imaging modalities such as PET and SPECT scanning, as well as functional MRI, have increasingly been able to detect abnormalities in concussed brains, the role for these experimental techniques in assessment of either severity or recovery of concussion has not yet been established.
The light is so blinding and the terrain so dramatic that the visitors amble about as if concussed.
Concussed Cinders and her shell-shocked flyer meet in their dreams in a haunted ballroom, where she is transformed into a Princess Di siren.
Charles cheerleading school is being sued by a middle-school student who argues instructors forced her to resume practicing after being concussed when a teammate fell from a pyramid formation.
The incident came in the 30th minute of the 29-26 defeat at Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership where TJ Ioane appeared to be concussed but remained on the pitch.
AN ABANDONED fox cub is recovering after he was found concussed at the side of a busy road.
I hope the WRU and all the ruling bodies of world rugby come to their senses and insist that players who have been concussed are compelled to wear safety headgear on their return to the playing field.
The Dublin full-back was concussed during the 2013 All-Ireland final win over Mayo though controversially finished out the game.