Metabolic alterations at the interface of brain matters in mTBI patients: 1H MRSI study.
Eva Heckova 1 , Michal Bittsansky 1,2 , Stefan Sivak 3 , and Dusan Dobrota 1
Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin,
Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia,
Clinic, Martin University Hospital, Martin, Slovakia,
of Neurology, Martin University Hospital, Martin,
1H MRSI is a suitable in vivo technique for studying
brain neurometabolism of mild traumatic brain injury
patients. The motion caused by hit accompanying mTBI can
lead to different acceleration of white and gray matter
due to their different density. For this reason
interface of these substancies can be promising region
for detecting any changes caused by injury.
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