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Brain MRI

Brain MRI

Imaging helps identify ADHD in children and may also distinguish among subtypes of the condition.

Magnetic resonance images show brain changes among adolescents who are obese.

Researchers used MRI to detect higher levels of sodium in the CSF of patients who have migraines.

Imaging shows lasting brain damage among children who play high-impact sports like football.

MRIs show common structural abnormalities among patients with depression and anxiety.

MRI shows damage to brain tissue among adolescent athletes may continue after they have been cleared to return to sports.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain may help physicians predict patient outcomes following a cardiac arrest.


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