I was warned about postconcussion syndrome
, but thought nothing of it.
The postconcussion syndrome
in sports and recreation: clinical features and demography in 138 athletes.
(PCS) refers to persisting symptoms for more than 1 month following a mTBI, including headache, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, vision impairment, sensitivity to noise and/or light, balance impairment, difficulty concentrating, memory impairment, drowsiness, anxiety, irritability, and feeling "in a fog" (WHO ICD-10).
Persistent postconcussion syndrome
: The structure of subjective complaints after mild traumatic brain injury.
Such guidance can lead to a 20% decrease in chronic postconcussion syndrome
in children and adolescents, he said at the meeting held by Global Academy for Medical Education.
Patients with certain symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury should be considered to have a form of posttraumatic stress disorder, rather than postconcussion syndrome
, a prospective study of more than 1,300 patients shows.
The relationship of psychological and cognitive factors and opioids in the development of the postconcussion syndrome
in general trauma patients with mild traumatic brain injury.
His postconcussion syndrome
has included headaches, a feeling like seasickness and irritability.
Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs), which allow a player to use banned substances based upon approved medical needs, totaled 119 in the report, up from 111 last year when there were 105 were for attention deficit disorder, two for hypertension, one for hypogonadism, one for narcolepsy, and two for postconcussion syndrome
An estimated 546,000 of the 1.64 million US soldiers fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan have been diagnosed with blast-induced traumatic brain injury (TBI), postconcussion syndrome
(PCS), and/or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a Rand report.
A more common, but less serious, complication is postconcussion syndrome
. (30) This is an ill-defined condition in which the patient suffers from concussive symptoms for an extended period of time, generally for more than 3 months.
The difference was statistically significant for all TBI types, including intracranial injury (the most common form, which accounted for 40% of the injuries among the veterans) as well as for concussion, postconcussion syndrome
, head fracture, and unspecified head injury, Dr.