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Title: MRI's Could Diagnose Gulf War Illness
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(Date Posted:03/21/2013 9:01 AM)
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from the Army Times

Study: MRI could diagnose Gulf War Illness


Veterans of the 1991 Persian Gulf War suffering from chronic pain and fatigue have brain damage to their white matter, the connective nerve fibers that transmit electrical impulses among the brain’s gray matter, a Georgetown University Medical Center study finds.

Using advanced scans called diffusion tensor imaging, researchers discovered that the brains of 31 veterans who served in the Gulf War had significant changes to the axon bundles — the white matter — in the parts of the brain that process pain and fatigue.

Patients without Gulf War illness did not have the neuronal changes, study lead investigator Dr. James Barniuk said.

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RE:MRI's Could Diagnose Gulf War Illness
(Date Posted:03/25/2013 8:50 PM)

Very good article !
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