From Quarterback To "Punch Drunk"... It's More Than A Concussion
- History of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)
- Diagnosis and symptoms of CTE
- Future direction for CTE
Air pollution, mortality, and cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative morbidity
- Discuss evidence establishing long-term exposure to particulate matter with diameter <2.5um (PM2.5) as a causal risk factor for death
- Discuss evidence (and it's limitations) linking short-term and long-term air pollution to cerebrovascular risk factors, stroke, and dementia
- Present avenues how physicians can help patients, communities, and public to decrease their exposure to air pollution
Pamela Youssef, MD Marek Cierny, MD
Chief Resident Resident
Department of Neurology Department of Neurology
Medical College of Wisconsin Medical College of Wisconsin
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