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Practice Parameter [RETIRED]
The management of concussion in sports (summary statement)

March 1997 issue
48 (3) 581-585
This guideline is retired. The recommendations and conclusions are no longer considered valid and no longer supported by the AAN. Retired guidelines should be used for historical reference only. Please see AAN current guidelines here: https://www.aan.com/policy-and-guidelines/guidelines/.

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Neurology®
Volume 48Number 3March 1997
Pages: 581-585

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Published online: March 1, 1997
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