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    artwork that I chose to further engaged myself in as well as analyze is, Head of a Male Deity (Deva), which it originates from Thailand, specifically in the Lamphun Province. This piece in particular was created during the Haripunjaya period, which makes it approximately from the 11th/12th century Terracotta. Although the description just beside the piece did not mention the composition, it is clear that the piece is made out of some form of clay-like structure. I am assuming this not only because I stared at the piece for quite some time but also because it can be found in the sculpture section of the Art Institute. The itself piece is located in a glass case in which other artifacts that are either related to the time period or of similar material are located. The piece, Head of a Male Deity (Diva), is very possibly a figure of someone of authority during the time period, in which it was made. It is a statue of a face that has exaggerated features however, it is approximately the size of an actual human head. When dealing with composition it is important that a piece has the features of line, light, form and color. In this piece in particular the art piece has a…

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    Closed Head Injury

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    Head injury constitutes a major cause of death in our country particularly in young and active persons. 1 person dies of head injury in every minute in India. Prevention, early and proper treatment will make a significant effect in reducing the morbidity and mortality due to head injury. DEFINITION: Injuries causing functional and/ or structural damage to the brain constitutes head injury and not just any injury causing damage to head and scalp region. Head injury can alter the functional status…

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    Head Injuries In Sports

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    Rosner 42). By playing, they acknowledge they could break bones or tear ligaments. But many do not know that their brain could be severely damaged. Over the past decade, head injuries have become the biggest problems facing sports, especially the National Football League (NFL). Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) which is caused by concussions plague many athletes because of on-field injuries. American football is the main focus of the current concussion problems in sports. Research has…

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    Head Injury Essay

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    play is not being well educated. In my research for the best way to prevent concussions, many athletes lack the proper knowledge to lower their risk of a head injury, or are not aware of the symptoms. It’s important to my profession, as a future physical therapist because experiencing a concussion is a life traumatic event. In the long run patients with concussions had balance problems, fine motor skills and it’s a physical therapist’s job to help them get back to their normal range of motion.…

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    Essay On Head Trauma

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    Head trauma and contact sports often go hand in hand. Contact sports such as football, soccer, boxing, and rugby involve major head collisions and are associated with high rates of concussions. Repeated head traumas are likely to cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), which can be described as the degeneration of the brain. CTE has similar signs as other nerve damaging diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s diseases. Initially, there was a lack of research pertaining to…

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    Essay On Head Injury

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    A person who sustains a head injury in a sport should be benched until a medical advisor clears them to play again. If someone remains in the game and has sustained an injury, there is a great possibility that they will just make it worse. The possible long term effects of an injured player getting back in the game before they give the injury time to heal aren't worth the chance to win a game, no matter how important the game. Putting too much stress on an injury is the easiest way to make it…

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    ALS and CTE: Its Impact on Society Concussions and head trauma have had a huge impact on the sports world, impacting the lives of many athletes by altering their state of mind. Basketball, baseball, football, soccer, boxing, and swimming are just a few examples of sports that continue to impact society in today’s world due to the amount of injuries that individuals receive. Head injuries, such as concussions and head trauma, need to be dealt with great care and precision. If an athlete is…

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    football player laces up his cleats, straps on his helmet, and steps on that field, he could be making one of the biggest mistakes of his life. Brain damage caused by multiple blows to the head has never received the appropriate attention that it deserves. A recent study by researchers at the Department of Veterans Affairs’ brain repository in Bedford, Massachusetts showed that of the brain tissue from 128 former football players examined, 101 (78.9%) of them tested positive for CTE (Chronic…

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    Head injuries are any injuries to the brain, skull and/or scalp (Your head) they are caused by any physical injuries (playing with a ball and getting hit in the head, getting hit with any heavy or hard equipment, and any accidents like falling, car accidents assaults etc. Also a trauma, stroke, tumor and or other illnesses, this could cause for there to be bruising, swelling or tearing in the brain tissue; some injuries are: Hematoma, Hemorrhage, Concussions, Edema, Skull Fractures and Diffuse…

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    The topic of head injuries is one of the most controversial topics in the sports field. The repercussions that occur because of concussions lead some people to believe that a player that acquires a concussion should have to sit out until the injury fully heals. This argument is fully supported by scientific and physical evidence that has been obtained from real life players with concussions. Going back directly into play after getting a concussion is exceedingly dangerous seeing as an injury…

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