Neurology Central

Concussion could alter transmission of information within the brain


Researchers from New York University (NY, USA) have discovered a correlation between cross-hemispheric cerebral activity and a delayed response time in concussion patients. The study, presented recently at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (1–6 December, Chicago, IL, USA), suggests that damage from concussion may alter the way information is transmitted between the two halves of the brain.

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