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Neurocognitive Testing Lead To Increased Concussion Awareness

It was only when the use of pre-season (baseline) and post-concussion neurocognitive or neuropsychological testing proved that concussions were having a real effect on brain function that the sports and medical community began to take them seriously, says Dr. William P. Meehan, III. MD.

 

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