How heading a soccer ball affects female vs. male brain
A team at Albert Einstein School of Medicine used brain scans to show distinct patterns of damage in the brains of women soccer players compared to male players. Each volunteer received a specialized type of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan called diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). Results showed more regions sustained damage in women players than in male players.
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