ISBN : 9780190937447

Brian Hainline; Lindsey J. Gurin; Daniel M. Torres
216 ページ
156 x 156 mm

Part of the


Part I: Manifestations and Management of Acute Concussion
1. Acute Concussion in the Emergency Department
2. Acute Concussion on the Field of Play
3. Acute Concussion and Cervical Spine Injury
4. Acute Concussion Versus Catastrophic Brain Injury
5. Acute Concussion Versus Second Impact Syndrome
6. Concussion One Hour Later
7. Concussion Two Weeks Later
8. Return to Learn Following Concussion
9. Return to Play Following Concussion
10. Objective Biomarkers and Concussion
11. Managing Expectations Following Concussion
Part II. Manifestations and Management of Persistent Symptoms Following Concussion
12. Postconcussion Syndrome
13. Sleep Disorder and Concussion
14. Migraine and Other Headache Disorders Following Concussion
15. Depression Following Concussion
16. Anxiety Following Concussion
17. Emotional Dysregulation Following Concussion
18. Concussion and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
19. Concussion and Vestibular Dysfunction
20. Autonomic Dysfunction Following Concussion
21. Concussion and Oculomotor Dysfunction
22. Concussion and Pituitary Dysfunction
23. Sex, Gender and Concussion
24. Concussion and Cognitive Dysfunction
25. Neck Pain Following Concussion
Part III. Medical and Societal Considerations of Concussion
26. Hiding Concussion
27. My Coach Won't Listen
28. Multiple Concussions and Retirement from Sport
29. Repetitive Head Impact Exposure
30. Protective Equipment
31. Youth Tackle Football
32. Legal and Insurance Concerns Following Concussion
Part IV. Long-Term Sequelae Considerations of Concussion
33. Mental Health Symptoms and Disorders
34. Cognitive Dysfunction
35. Unmasking Neuropsychiatric Disorders Following Concussion
Part A: Unmasking Psychotic Disorders Following Concussion
Part B: Unmasking Dementia Following Concussion
36. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy


Brian Hainline is the NCAA's first Chief Medical Officer, and oversees the NCAA Sport Science Institute. As CMO, Brian promotes and develops education, policy and research that impact the health and safety of collegiate athletics. He is the architect of the NCAA-Department of Defense CARE Consortium, which is the largest and most comprehensive research study in history, and ci-editor of Sports Neurology. Brian is Clinical Professor of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine and New York University School of Medicine. Lindsay J. Gurin is Assistant Professor in the Departments of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU Langone, Center for Cognitive Neurology. Daniel M. Torres is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology at NYU Langone.