Old age has been named an independent predictor of worse end result from concussion, but most previous studies had been performed on younger adults, said lead writer Dr. David Yen-Ting Chen, a radiologist at Shuang-Ho Hospital in New Taipei Town, Taiwan. This study – – published online Oct. 6 in the journal Radiology – – included 13 older adults, aged 51 to 68, and 13 young adults, aged 21 to 30. The participants were assessed a month and 10 weeks after suffering a concussion.Fifty-one % regarded themselves moderate, while 14 % had been liberal and 34 % were conservative. Reported results are weighted by condition population, age and gender. The margin of error for the full sample is normally plus or minus 3.9 %.
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