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Lasting Brain Changes Seen in College Athletes After Concussion

July 29, 2016

(Reuters) – The brain may show signs of concussion for months or years after the injury occurred, according to a Canadian study of college athletes. Using advanced MRI scans, researchers found evidence of brain shrinkage in the frontal lobes of athletes with a history of concussions compared to those who never had a concussion.

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