Research Poster| Volume 96, ISSUE 12, e11, December 2015

Sex Differences in Postconcussion Syndrome Symptom Reporting

      To sex differences in reporting of somatic and affective PCS symptoms. We hypothesize that in PCS women are more likely to report somatic symptoms than men, as has been demonstrated in other disorders. Traditionally, much of TBI research has focused on males as they experience a higher incidence of TBI. Thus, it is important to identify any differences in the presentation of PCS in females to further tailor both diagnostic approach and treatment plans.
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