Brain Imaging Technology

A branch of imaging research known as neuroimaging employs a variety of cutting-edge technologies to obtain noninvasive images of the brain or other regions of the CNS. In particular, neuroimaging can offer a variety of quantitative analyses of the anatomy, blood flow, blood volume, electrical activity, metabolism, and many other physiological functions within the CNS in addition to directly or indirectly derived visual representations. Brain scanning is a common description of neuroimaging. The aim is to link normal or abnormal resting-state sensory-motor, cognitive, and conscious activities to normal or abnormal quantifiable brain structure, biochemistry, pathways, functional brain networks, and connectivity using future noninvasive technologies

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