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Correlation between Neuroimaging and Clinical Presentation in Eclampsia

Abstract

Eclampsia, the dramatic and life-threatening complication of preeclampsia, is characterized by convulsion or coma not attributable to any organic neurological disease. This study was aimed to assess the utility of MRI by correlation of clinical presentation and neuroimaging findings in patients with antepartum and post-partum eclampsia so as to initiate the proper management. 161 more words

OBS GYN

Watching your own dream on YouTube and reading your spouse’s mind: bad sci-fi idea or the thing to get ready for?

Who did not envy Professor X, the Vulcans or higher elves (I am so sorry, couldn’t think of less nerdier examples!) at least once in their lives? 737 more words

Brain Stuff

Next step for Neuroscience: Neurobiological engineering (part 2)

Breakthrough had the privilege of listening to Dr. Jasanoff and Dr. Boyden speak at Sidney Pacific Presidential Fellows Distinguished Lecture at MIT, where they introduced the history of neuroimaging, limits and challenges of the current techniques, and the future role they hope neurobiological engineering will take in order to deepen our understanding of the brain. 778 more words

Research

Next step for Neuroscience: Neurobiological engineering (part 1)

Breakthrough had the privilege of listening to Dr. Jasanoff and Dr. Boyden speak at Sidney Pacific Presidential Fellows Distinguished Lecture at MIT, where they introduced the history of neuroimaging, limits and challenges of the current techniques, and the future role they hope neurobiological engineering will take in order to deepen our understanding of the brain. 765 more words

Research

A study in drugs effect in the brain- Hope for healing mental illnesses

Researchers at Imperial College London have been working on the effect of drugs on the human brain. Their study consists of taking images of the brain of affected individuals with drugs. 245 more words

LSD, the Brain, and Aldous Huxley

By Shelby Traynor 

Image via Imperial/Beckley Foundation

It’s Christmas Eve, 1955, and renowned writer and intellectual Aldous Huxley is on LSD. He reports his findings in his book The Doors of Perception: … 608 more words