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Concussion

Christina L. Master, MD; Laura Balcer, MD; and Michael Collins, PhD
Ann Intern Med. 2014;160(3):ITC2-1. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-160-3-201402040-01002
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As many as 3.8 million mild traumatic brain injuries occur annually in the United States. Many of them are sports- and recreation-related, and more than 800 000 Americans seek outpatient care for this injury each year (1). With more than 40 million children participating in organized sports annually (2), children and adolescents represent a large proportion of injured persons.

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