Phone App To Detect Concussions May Give False Negatives

A new smart phone app is marketed as able to detect concussions.  But UNMC Dr. Ross Mathiasen says there is a risk of false negatives because concussions can occur in other parts of the brain that the scan won't detect. Clinical testing continues on the app

 
Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

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