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  1. A huge number, starting with an increase in the number of ventricles (REG can also cope with this), ending with neurodegenerative diseases: Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease. You can detect, for example, the increased size of individual parts and areas of the brain (for example, the work about the increase in the hippocampus in London taxi drivers). Yes, in fact, any problem or disease can be diagnosed if the pathological area somehow differs in its properties from the surrounding tissues (for example, gliomas-a type of tumor in the brain, differ from the surrounding healthy tissue).

  2. Structural MRI can detect static problems and disorders, such as tumors, blood clots, and deformities in blood vessels.

    Both CT and MRI provide valuable information about the structure of the brain, and almost no information about its functioning.

    FMRI allows you to open a window into the functioning of the brain. But unambiguously making diagnoses based on FMRI in most cases is incorrect

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