Inflammation in the brain linked to CTE
|Inflammation in the brain linked to CTE||Darrell Miller||11/07/16|
November 07, 2016 12:49 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Inflammation in the brain linked to CTE
When your favorite football player on the TV takes a hard hit what do you think about? Most of time like most people you think about the moment in that moment. Did you know that if those professional sports players take continued trauma to their heads it can lead to CTE. To learn more, find out more in this article.
- A confirmed diagnosis cannot be made without an autopsy.
- There are a lot of unanswered questions. We're just trying to understand the basic role in normal function.
- These inflammatory cells are constantly migrating through the brain. Then, if there's an infection, they react quickly. Same with trauma: Inflammatory cells quickly migrate to the area of trauma and probably perform some protective mechanism.
"Dr. Thor Stein, one of the authors of the new study, said that although it wasn't surprising to see an increase in inflammation, it wasn't clear exactly whether the inflammation was specifically causing the disease or was a reaction to it, but more likely, it was both."