mild traumatic brain injury
brain -- concussion
brain concussion diagnosis
rugby football injuries
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mild traumatic brain injury = 5776
mild traumatic brain injury AND sports injury = 85
"mild traumatic brain injury" AND "sports injury" = 5
mild traumatic brain injury AND athletic injury = 51
mild traumatic brain injury AND accident = 264
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mild traumatic brain injury AND sports injury = 1813
mild traumatic brain injury AND athletic injury = 415
mild traumatic brain injury AND symptoms AND athletic injury = 363
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"mild traumatic brain injury" AND "sports injury" = 118
"mild traumatic brain injury" AND "athletic injury" = 51
"mild traumatic brain injury" AND symptoms = 1330
"mild traumatic brain injury" AND symptoms AND "sports injury" = 105
"mild traumatic brain injury" AND sports = 269
concussion AND sports = 596
concussion AND athlete = 330
This article only has a few sentences on MTBI and sports but those sentences are references to other articles about MTBI and sports, so you may want to get the pdf and ctrl + F to search for the word "sports" (sans quotation marks) to quickly get information about the other articles:
Functional MRI of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI): progress and perspectives from the first decade of studies. Brenna C. McDonald, Andrew J. Saykin and Thomas W. McAllister. Brain Imaging and Behavior. mTBI Special Issue. 2012.