Word of the Week: oscillate

As in: “The brain practically floats inside the cavity of the skull and can move and oscillate freely, often impacting the inner surfaces of the skull bones during all forms of biomechanical loading” (Omalu, 2008, p.18).  

 Omalu, B. (2008). Play hard, die young: Football, dementia, depression and death Lodi, CA: Neo-Forenxis Books.  

 For definitions of oscillate, consult the Oxford English Dictionary 

 

 

 

 

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