La conmoción cerebral se define como una alteración repentina y transitoria en la conciencia inducida por fuerzas biomecánicas traumáticas. Si tienes una conmoción cerebral, deja de hacer deporte de inmediato. Si te aseguras de que tu cerebro se recupera por completo, ayudarás a evitar problemas. Tienes más probabilidades de sufrir una conmoción cerebral mientras haces deportes o durante la clase de gimnasia que mientras estás sentado en una clase.

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Curr Sports Med Rep. Se debe evaluar y manejar de manera particular cada caso. Los formularios pueden ser solicitados contactando al autor responsable. Pediatr Clin North Am. Clinical conmoicon concussion in children and adolescents.

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La escuela y las conmociones cerebrales

Concussion is defined as a sudden and transient alteration of consciousness induced cererbal traumatic biomechanical forces transmitted directly or indirectly to the brain.


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