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09-18-2011, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by SlingshotVv View Post
as it was explained to me, after a friend, and fellow Judo player, suffered a nasty knockout; PCS is the arrival of symptoms caused by the damage the brain took. It's not the immediate aftermath from damaged capillaries and swelling, but the actual brain functions that have taken the damage becoming apparent later on..
Correct.

We were discussing the actual physical mechanisms involved in the actions/movements/impacts of the brain and interior skull, during collisions/hits.

The resulting wounds and damage occur as you described them. Brain functions are affected from the damage/wounds/bruising to the brain. Depending on the severity of the wounds/damage, and location of the wounds/damage on the brain itself; one could have a wide variety of brain function impairments, difficulties and maybe long term damage. PCS really is a bizzare and difficult thing to live with and go dat to day with.

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