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In this issue of Neurosurgery News, several experts join together to discuss return-to-play in contact sport athletes with persistent cervical cord MRI T2 hyperintensity following trauma, risk of adjacent level fractures after balloon-assisted kyphoplasty, childhood risks of contact sports, Cervical Spondylitic Myelopathy, and memory and traumatic brain injury.
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Dr. Gerszten is a consultant for Zimmer Spine.
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Dr. Maroon is a consultant for the NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers and a stockholder in ImPACT Technologies.
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