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Detecting Subtle Brain Injuries

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    charles Guest

    New imaging methods may help distinguish brain damage from psychiatric
    disorders.

    By Emily Singer

    Researchers have shown that three novel imaging techniques can detect
    mild brain damage not visible using traditional methods. The findings
    will help scientists better define the type of damage that can lead to
    long-lasting memory and emotional problems, as well as help identify
    those who are most vulnerable to further trauma.

    http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/21681/?mod=related
     
  2. charles

    charles Guest

    Sorry. wrong group.
     
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