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60-Minutes - Segment on Advanced Brain Imaging

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Wayne, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. Wayne

    Wayne Senior Member

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    I watched with interest this 13-minute segment on TBI in injured military veterans. I was especially interested in the section [starting around Minute 8] which described the latest in brain imaging technology, which I believe could be highly applicable to pwCFS. Here's the link:

    Invisible Wounds of War

    They say this latest technology can comprise over 40,000 images per scan, as compared to 300-400 images per a typical MRI scan, allowing for detection of abnormalities much more accurately than other brain scanning technology.
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  2. PhoenixDown

    PhoenixDown Senior Member

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    Thanks, this was actually an excellent video.

    @5:40

    "but what you're advising us to do is bad medicine", "They're going to believe they're brain injured and you're going to make them worse", it's a really interesting parallel.

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