CONCUSSIONS

SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT

DEFINITION

  1. concussions plural of con·cus·sion (Noun)



    Noun



    1. Temporary unconsciousness caused by a blow to the head. Also, loosely, aftereffects such as confusion or temporary incapacity.
    2. A violent shock as from a heavy blow.





SYMPTOMS (after being hit)

Not thinking clearly

Feeling slowed down

not able to concentrate

feeling fuzzy or blurry vision

dizziness

headache


Technological tools used to diagnose concussions

X-rays

MRIs

CT scans

By: Noble Lewis , Tate Pilch , Sims Johnson , Qierra Brownlee , and Emma Neal Heery

Teacher and Mentor : Mrs Harron and Ms. Waddell

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is MRI?

A: a machine that takes pictures of your brain using no radiation.

Q: How long do concussions last?

A: Concussions can last from a week to over a month.