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Monday, 07 May 2018 16:23

Chris Nyte, DO, a former nose guard, reminds us of the horrors of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in a May 4, 2018 KevinMD post. Clinical findings associated with CTE include memory loss, depression, anxiety, violent behavior, mood disorders and heightened suicidality, the author informs us. It tends to progress with time and can lead to dementia according to a recent study. And the fact that CTE is a direct result of blows to the head such as those suffered by athletes competing in contact sports, especially football, is no longer in doubt.

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