Neurologic Clinics RSS Volume 35, Issue 3 2017-7-31, Pages i-599

Articles in this issue:

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      Sports Neurology

    Pages i-i. Seifert, Tad.

    NEUROLOGIC CLINICS www.neurologic.theclinics.com Consulting Editor RANDOLPH W. EVANS August 2017 • Volume 35 • Number 3

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      Copyright

    Pages ii-ii.

    ELSEVIER 1600 John F. Kennedy Boulevard • Suite 1800 • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103-2899 http://www.theclinics.com NEUROLOGIC CLINICS Volume 35, Number 3 August 2017 ISSN 0733-8619, ISBN-13: 978-0-323-53245-7 Editor: Stacy Eastman Development...

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      Contributors

    Pages iii-v.

    Consulting Editor RANDOLPH W. EVANS, MD Clinical Professor, Department of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas Editor TAD SEIFERT, MD Director, Sports Concussion Program, Norton Healthcare, Neurologist, Norton Neuroscience Institu...

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      Contents

    Pages vii-x.

    Preface: Sports Neurology xiii Tad Seifert The Current State of Sports Concussion 387 Johna K. Register-Mihalik and Melissa C. Kay Concussion is a complex injury that requires a multimodal assessment to identify and manage the resulting dysfunctio...

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      Forthcoming Issues

    Pages xi-xi.

    Forthcoming Issues November 2017 Neurocritical Care Alejandro A. Rabinstein, Editor February 2018 Multiple Sclerosis Darin T. Okuda, Editor May 2018 Neuromuscular Junction Disorders Mazen M. Dimachkie and Richard J. Barohn, Editors Recent Issues M...

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      Sports Neurology

    Pages xiii-xiv. Seifert, Tad, MD.

    Tad Seifert, MD, Editor Sports neurology is an evolving field with wide-reaching implications for multiple medical providers. Countless disciplines encounter active individuals, from both a competitive and a layperson standpoint. These expert prov...

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      The Current State of Sports Concussion

    Pages 387-402. Register-Mihalik, Johna K., PhD, LAT, ATC, and Kay, Melissa C., MS, LAT, ATC.

    Key points • Concussion is a complex injury that requires a multimodal assessment and treatment process. • The varying terminology and lack of consensus on treatment make it key for clinicians to educate and discuss expectations with patients and ...

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      Pathophysiology of Sports-Related Concussion

    Pages 403-408. Steenerson, Kristen, MD, and Starling, Amaal Jilani, MD.

    Key points • Concussion pathophysiology is complex and still under investigation. • Concussion pathophysiology involves excessive neurotransmitter release, excitotoxicity, neuroinflammation, and axonal disruption. • It remains unclear how these me...

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      Estimating Concussion Incidence Using Sports Injury Surveillance Systems

    Pages 409-434. Kerr, Zachary Y., PhD, MPH, Zuckerman, Scott L., MD, Register-Mihalik, Johna K., PhD, LAT, ATC, Wasserman, Erin B., PhD, Valovich McLeod, Tamara C., PhD, ATC, FNATA, Dompier, Thomas P., PhD, ATC, Comstock, R. Dawn, PhD, and Marshall, Stephen W., PhD.

    Key points • Numerous sports injury surveillance systems exist with the capability of tracking concussion incidence data, but it is important to understand their strengths and limitations. • Current sports injury surveillance lacks access to sport...

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      Sideline Sports Concussion Assessment

    Pages 435-450. Podell, Kenneth, PhD, Presley, Chase, MS, and Derman, Howard, MD.

    Key points • The sideline concussion assessment is the first line of defense in preventing a player from sustaining more severe effects from concussion through the rapid and accurate detection of concussion during a practice or in competition. • S...

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      Neurosurgical Emergencies in Sport

    Pages 451-472. Sindelar, Brian, MD, and Bailes, Julian E., MD.

    Key points • Proper education in the management of spinal cord and severe brain injuries can not only prevent mortality but can also reduce propagation of further neurogenic injury. • Therefore, a standardized, coordinated approach based on clinic...

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      Blood-Based Biomarkers for the Identification of Sports-Related Concussion

    Pages 473-485. Anto-Ocrah, Martina, MPH, Jones, Courtney Marie Cora, PhD, MPH, Diacovo, Danielle, BA, and Bazarian, Jeffrey J., MD, MPH.

    Key points • Sports-related concussion is common among athletes in the United States; however, current methods for sideline assessment are suboptimal because of their reliance on self-reported symptoms. • Blood-based biomarkers have potential util...

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      Neuropsychological Screening of Sport-Related Concussion

    Pages 487-500. McCrea, Michael A., PhD, Asken, Breton, MS, ATC, and Nelson, Lindsay D., PhD.

    Key points • Neuropsychological assessment is a key component of the recommended multidimensional approach to evaluating athletes affected by sport-related concussion (SRC). • There is not a “one-size-fits-all” solution to neuropsychological asses...

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      Sport-Related Headache

    Pages 501-521. Lucas, Sylvia, MD, PhD, FAHS, and Blume, Heidi K., MD, MPH.

    Key points • Headache is the primary symptom reported after concussion. • Cumulative incidence and prevalence of posttraumatic headache is higher in those exposed to a mild * traumatic brain injury * than to a moderate to severe traumatic brain in...

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      Neurologic Health in Combat Sports

    Pages 523-535. Seifert, Tad, MD.

    Key points • Neurologic injuries of both an acute and chronic nature have been reported in the literature for various combat sport styles; however, reports of the incidence and prevalence of these injury types vary greatly. • Combat sports clinici...

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      Psychiatric Comorbidities in Sports

    Pages 537-546. Reardon, Claudia L., MD.

    Key points • Depression and anxiety disorders may occur in athletes at least as commonly as they do in the general population. • Eating disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and substance use disorders may be even more common among ...

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      Sleep, Recovery, and Performance in Sports

    Pages 547-557. Malhotra, Raman K., MD.

    Key points • Poor duration, quality, and timing of sleep can lead to poor performance, slower recovery, and higher risk of injury in athletes. • Although the exact prevalence is unknown, athletes commonly suffer from many sleep disorders, such as ...

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      Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Sport

    Pages 559-572. Olivo, Ricardo, MD, and Tsao, Bryan, MD.

    Key points • Sport-related peripheral nerve injuries (SNRIs) can be acute or chronic and often related to the specific mechanics of individual sports. • The diagnosis of SNRIs includes identifying its pathophysiology and severity in order to initi...

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      Neurologic Injuries in Noncontact Sports

    Pages 573-587. Marquardt, Robert J., DO, Buletko, Andrew Blake, MD, and Russman, Andrew Neil, DO.

    Key points • Concussion among noncontact sport participants requires similar assessment and management, but may differ most in aspects related to return to play. • Cerebrovascular disease may affect athletes who participates in noncontact sports, ...

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      Index

    Pages 589-599.

    Note: Page numbers of article titles are in boldface type. A Abortive therapies in * post-traumatic headache * management, 515 Acute brain injury in combat sports, 524–527 Acute postinjury assessment in neuropsychological screening of SRCs, 494–49...


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