Supervisor: KÖRNYEI, Bálint
Co-supervisor: Dr. TAMÁS, Viktória
Sports related concussion and repeated mild traumatic brain injury may be responsible for disturbances in brain function, even in the absence of gross anatomical lesions, and may have long-term health consequences. Advanced magnetic resonance imaging methods as diffusion-weighted MRI provide a powerful tool for investigating alterations in white matter microstructure, as e.g. diffuse axonal injury. This advanced MRI study as a Student Researchers' Society topic aims to reveal the afformentioned microstructural changes in contact-, semi-contact and non-contact sport athlets.