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   classicman  Sunday Mar 11 11:24 PM

March 12th, 2012 Brain Injuries Revealed in High-Def

from here
Traumatic brain injury can be difficult to treat, especially if there is nerve damage. The nerve network crisscrosses its way through the brain, making it difficult to trace and even image.

High-definition fiber-tracking map shows a million brain fibers in an uninjured brain.
Credit: All images Walt Schneider Laboratory




classicman  Sunday Mar 11 11:25 PM

High definition fiber tracking reveals loss of fibers, or connections, on the injured right side (yellow) and the intact, undamaged left side (green).




ZenGum  Sunday Mar 11 11:51 PM

"A network cable is unplugged..."



SPUCK  Monday Mar 12 07:09 AM

That is soooOOO cool. Wow.



HungLikeJesus  Monday Mar 12 08:39 AM

Needs some red sauce.



CaliforniaMama  Monday Mar 12 10:23 AM

First one looks like yarn helmet.



Lamplighter  Monday Mar 12 10:27 AM

No more string cheese for me.



Clodfobble  Tuesday Mar 13 12:36 AM

That bundling imagery is very cool technology. I've seen some really fascinating pictures comparing different people's brains, like "this is what a normal person's 'math' bundles look like, and this is what a musician's math section looks like." Amazing stuff.



sandypossum  Tuesday Mar 13 04:37 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by CaliforniaMama View Post
First one looks like yarn helmet.
or a technicolour mullet


Trilby  Tuesday Mar 13 09:07 AM

Reminds me of the solipsits film!



newtimer  Tuesday Mar 13 02:57 PM

That rainbow-afroed, John 3:16-sign-carrying guy at basketball games finally got a haircut. Must be summer.



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