Studying the Brain’s Suspension System in TBIs

News   Apr 05, 2017 | Original source from Washington University in St Louis

 
Studying the Brain’s Suspension System in TBIs

Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis are taking a closer look at the brain's suspension system to test just how effective it is in helping protect against traumatic brain injury, or TBI. The top row of images shows displacement of brain tissue as observed in the new research; the bottom row shows curl, or change in shape. CREDIT: Washington University in St Louis

 
 
 
 

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