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The diffuse nature of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) impacts brain white-matter pathways with potentially long-term consequences, even after initial symptoms have resolved. To understand post-mTBI recovery in adolescents, longitudinal studies are needed to determine the interplay between highly individualised recovery trajectories and ongoing development. To capture the distributed nature of mTBI and recovery, we employ connectomes to probe the brain's structural organisation. We present adoi:10.1038/s41598-019-54950-0 pmid:31827105 pmcid:PMC6906376 fatcat:furzrh2mvrha7pygiqowtrae7u