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New MRI may help people with traumatic brain injuries

Posted by in News | October 19, 2013
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Doctors are currently working on an experimental MRI based test at the University of Pittsburg Medical Center. High Definition Fiber Tracking allows doctors to actually see a representation of the brain fibers responsible for different parts of the body, which helps doctors understand what happened to the brain’s white matter (the connective parts) in a traumatic brain injury (a concussion). This type of image shows where and how many of those connections are disrupted, something the doctors could not see before.

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