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Scan Detects Baby Brain Damage 2 Years Earlier

News   Nov 15, 2018 | Original story from Imperial College London

 
Determining the Likelihood of Long-term Brain Damage in Newborns

Scan one (left) shows the brain of a healthy baby, while scan two (right) shows that of a baby with brain damage. Compared to scan one, scan two shows abnormal brightness in the deep nuclei (in the centre of the brain), which indicates damage. Image credit: Imperial College London

 
 
 

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