Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Even without concussion, athletes in contact sports may have brain changes

This shows a brainEven without a concussion, repetitive impacts experienced by those who play contact sports have clear effects on the brain. Rugby players who reported no concussions had alterations in the microstructure of the brain, specifically in the brain stem. Alterations in the functional organization of the brain were also discovered in MRI images of those who played contact sports.