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Unformatted text preview: Symptoms GTE (stages) Presence in other neurodegeneralive conditions I II III IV PCS AD PD FTLD — Headache x x x x x — Short-term Memory loss x x x x x x x x — Behavioral Problem x x x x x x x — Language Diffictlties Jr x x x x x x doi:10.1armumalm.o11ra33.mns V Table 3. History of substance (ab)use In CTE diagnosed subjects. Substances (ab)used Number of cases % of all substances abuse Alcohol 20 71.4% Cocaine 4 14.3% Methamphetamines 2 7.1% doi:10.1371Ijournal.pone.01173381003 ._ Table 4. History of substance (ab)use by primary TBI exposure groups. Primary TBI exposure Number of cases % of respective group Football 9 14.3% — Hockey 3 60.0% — Veterans 2 33.3% — Total 30 19.6% doi:10.1371noumal.pone.0117338.1004 ...
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