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MRI can scan the actual pathway of fatigue

Fatigue is commonly known as a physiologic process which is a result of lactic acid accumulation in muscles, but the origin of fatigue is seldom known. The feelings for fatigue arise in the brain as the outcome of the balance…
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What is a PET/CT scan? What are the history and indications for PET/CT scan?

A CT scan or a computed tomography scan is also known as computed axial tomography. This medical technology works using computers and x-rays to produce a picture of your body's inside, i.e., organs. In a CT scan, a patient lies…
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What is Cone Beam CT (CBCT)? What are its clinical applications?

Cone beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) an useful imaging modality for its accuracy and diverse clinical utilization. The first CBCT unit that was industrialized precisely for dental use was the New Tom 9000 (Quantitative Radiology, Verona, Italy).  CBCT is well suited…
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MRI scans can detect brain differences among ADHD patients

According to a new study researchers found information from brain MRIs can identify people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and it also helps to distinguish subtypes of the condition.  ADHD is a brain disorder which identifies inattention, hyperactivity and…
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3D printed Biopsy device is more accurate compared to mechanical biopsy device

Researchers from university of twente in Netherlands found the world's smallest and most accurate 3D-printed biopsy robot. This device is made from 3D-printed plastic and is driven by air pressure. According to study the advantage of plastic is that robots…
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MRI brain scans can predict language improvement

According to new research, scientists found MRI Brain scans can predict how well a deaf child can learn language after receiving cochlear implant surgery. It was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  The brain and ear…
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