What happens after traumatic brain injury occurs? Molecular imaging technique pinpoints critical changes that take place in the injured brain

Monday, November 1, 2010 - 11:30 in Physics & Chemistry

Results from a new study show that powerful imaging techniques -- positron emission tomography fused with magnetic resonance imaging -- are helping researchers better understand the long-term functional and structural changes that take place after traumatic brain injury.

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