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Objectives: Concussion is common in contact sports such as boxing. Diagnosis of concussion depends on symptom report or recognition of clinical features, and true incidence may be underestimated. Persistent morbidity is a possible risk of repeated or unrecognised concussion. This study aimed to evaluate pre and postbout cognitive performance in motivated amateur boxers in order to detect objective evidence of unrecognised true amateur impairment suggestive of concussive injury.
Methods: The study employed a prospective and observational de. Participants were amateur boxers who won at least one bout in a single elimination competition. Optimal preparticipation performance using a computerised cognitive assessment tool CCAT, Axon Sports and no ificant deterioration in cognitive performance within 24 h postbout were required to compete.
All boxers were screened for clinical evidence of concussion by a ringside physician. : Of approximately competing boxers, 96 were eligible having won at least one of the total bouts.
Mean age was Of these, 17 Of the five remaining boxers, there were two boxers 1. Conclusions: Cognitive impairment, as detected by subtle deterioration in reaction time measures, can occur in amateur boxers postbout that is not recognised at ringside. Although the vast majority of bouts were conducted safely, unrecognised injury may occur and be detectable using objective computerised cognitive assessment.
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