From The New York Times: Study Finds Changes in Brains of Hockey Players Who Had Concussions

A recent article in The New York Times by Jeff Z. Klein explores a recent study using MRI to evaluate concussion in hockey players.  According to the article, the study’s MRI scans “found microscopic white matter and inflammatory changes in the brains of individuals who had sustained a clinically diagnosed concussion during the period of the study.”

Read the full article here to see what this might mean for concussion and MRI:  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/04/sports/hockey/study-finds-changes-in-brains-of-hockey-players-who-had-concussions.html?_r=0

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