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Concussion research has rapidly grown. Care must be a conglomeration of research and symptomatic treatment practices as there is no easy solution when the symptoms can appear endless.

The links below are various research articles on concussions and symptoms.

The relationship between gender and postconcussion symptoms after sport-related mild traumatic brain injury.

The "value added" of neurocognitive testing after sports-related concussion.

Examination of post-concussion-like symptoms in healthy university students: relationships to subjective and objective neuropsychological function performance.

Mild traumatic brain injury and Postconcussion Syndrome: a neuropsychological perspective.

Update on pharmaceutical intervention for disorders of consciousness and agitation after traumatic brain injury in children.

Recovery of cognitive and dynamic motor function following concussion

Cerebral Concussion in Athletes: Evaluation and Neuropsychological Testing

Postural Stability and Neuropsychological Deficits After Concussion in Collegiate Athletes

Cognitive behavioural therapy and persistent post-concussional symptoms: Integrating conceptual issues and practical aspects in treatment.

Cumulative effects of concussion in amateur athletes.

Concussions Among United States High School and Collegiate Athletes

Neurocognitive Performance of Concussed Athletes When Symptom Free

Relationship Between Concussion and Neuropsychological Performance in College Football Players

Neuropsychological Test Performance Prior To and Following Sports-Related Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Posttraumatic migraine characteristics in athletes following sports-related concussion

Post-Traumatic Migraine: Chronic Migraine Precipitated by Minor Head or Neck Trauma