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Spectscan  MRI

 

 

http://www.rivm.nl/ims/object_binary/o121_265021004.pdf

De CT-scan is een onderzoek waarbij het binnenste van het menselijk lichaam in drie dimensies wordt afgebeeld. Omdat hierbij gebruik gemaakt wordt van rŲntgenstraling, dient het voordeel van de extra zekerheid in het onderzoek, afgewogen te worden tegen de stralingsdosis die de patiŽnt ontvangt.De nieuwe generatie CT-apparatuur scant sneller, laat meer detail zien en is uitgerust met software die het mogelijk maakt de informatie op verschillende manieren in beeld te brengen. Dit opent de deur voor een aantal nieuwe toepassingen, zoals CT geleide interventies, CT cardio-, angio- en urografie.

http://blog.seniorennet.be/jules/archief.php?ID=308

MRI onderzoek

http://www.me-cvs-stichting.nl/documents/
katernWetenschapMEdium42006pdf.pdf

Zo is het tegenwoordig mogelijk om de activiteit van de hersenen met behulp van een computer in een drie-dimensionaal beeld te vangen. Je hebt het dan over functionele MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging). De hersenen ofwel het orgaan waarin wellicht de sleutel naar de belangrijkste oorza(a)k(en) van ME/CVS te vinden is, is dus niet langer een black box en dat is een gigantische stap vooruit.

http://www.me-cvs-stichting.nl/NightingaledefinitievanME.htm

Vooral dankzij de recente bevindingen in het hersenonderzoek onder ME/CVS-patiŽnten is de Canadese arts dr. Byron Marshall Hyde in staat gesteld een vernieuwende definitie voor ME op te stellen. Deze berust op twee pijlers: 1) er is sprake van hersenletsel bij de patiŽnt; 2) moderne scanapparatuur (SPECT, PET, MRI, QEEG) toont dit hersenletsel aan. Zal de toekomst Hyde in het gelijk stellen? Een voorbeschouwing.

http://www.mecvs.net/PagEd-index-topic_id-0-page_id-11-ppart-6.html

Testen als hulp bij de diagnose cvs ,SPECT en xenon SPECT scan van de hersenen ,MRI scan van de hersenen,PET scan

http://www.morgenster.org/fibro.htm

Met functionele MRI hebben medewerkers van de universiteit van Michigan (VS) de hersenactiviteit van gezonde proefpersonen en patiŽnten met fibromyalgie in beeld gebracht, terwijl er via een speciaal apparaatje een regelbare druk werd uitgeoefend op een vinger

http://www.geocities.com/meningeoom/
Page4.html

M.R.I. het is een onderzoekmethode zonder gebruik van rŲntgenstralen.

 

 

http://aboutmecfs.org.violet.arvixe.com/News/
BrainProteomeMar10.aspx

These results suggested that clumps of abnormally folded proteins could be causing small punctures in the blood vessels of ME/CFS patients brains. These punctures, in turn, could cause blood to leak out into the brain causing the symptoms of

http://www.neuroimmunedr.com/present3/
sld026.htm

CFS vanaf slide 26 Ėbeelden neurospectscan - hersenen

http://fm-cfs.ca/CFS_spect_scans.html References to show Neuroimaging is a diagnostic for ME/CFS:

http://www.cfids-cab.org/cfs-inform/Brainscans/
brainscans.html

The symptoms generally seen with brain damage are listed for comparison with CFS/ FM symptoms, braininjury.symptoms04.txt.  The reason for lack of information on brain damage in ME/CFS is partly due to economical costs, letter.dr.hyde04.txt.  Evidence for reduced brain cortical blood flow in CFS is accumulating, yoshiuchi.etal.06.txt yoshiuchi.etal06.txt yoshiuchi.etal06.pdf

http://www.fmri.org/fmri.htm

The future Role of functional MRI in Medical Applications

http://www.meresearch.org.uk/
information/publications/neuroimage.html

Structural and functional neuroimaging in ME/CFS

http://www.name-us.org/ResearchPages/ResNeuro.htm Listed below are some of the numerous studies and findings by researchers that support the categorization of ME/CFS as primarily a neurological disease.

http://www.cfids.org/sparkcfs/delange.pdf

In the past year, two studies were published from different laboratories in different parts of the world (Japan and the Netherlands), each using similar methodology and Ireporting similar results about the brain structure of CFS patients. Using high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology, both studies found that CFS patients had lower gray matter volume than healthy control subjects. In addition, the studies could relate this gray matter reduction to CFS features and symptoms.

http://www.crossroadsclinic.net/articles/fibromyalgia.html

He used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to look into the area of the brain that registers pain. Dr. Clauw observed that the area of the brain that registers pain showed an increase of blood flow when FMS patients were given a low-pressure stimulus. The identical stimulus showed no change in the brains of control group subjects. But when a more intense stimulus was administered to the control group, the blood flow increased in the same way as it had when the FMS group received the low-pressure stimulus.

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?tool=pubmed&pubmedid=17254318

This article provides an overview of the nociceptive system as it functions normally, reviews functional brain imaging methods, and integrates the existing literature utilizing fMRI to study central pain mechanisms in fibromyalgia.

http://www.davidsbell.com/LynNewsV2N3.htm

They found that the volume of gray matter of the brain was significantly decreased in comparison to the healthy controls, (p < 0.001), and amounts to a reduction in brain tissue of 8% on average, and appears to be a global phenomenon rather than a local problem.

http://www.davidsbell.com/LynNewsV2N3.htm

Is the medical world going to continue to maintain that ME/CFS is a trivial psychosomatic problem of neurotics and hypochondriacs?

http://www.ziezon.nl/uploadedFiles/146.pdf

Working memory in patients with cfs

http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/dinews/2002111801.shtml

Functional MRI suggests that the brains of some patients experiencing back pain show an altered pain perception in response to stimulus that most would consider just as a gentle touch

http://www.medicineatmichigan.org/
magazine/2002/fall/huron/14huron.asp

A new brain-scan study found that a gentle finger squeeze produced measurable pain signals in the brains of people diagnosed with fibromyalgia.

http://tinyurl.com/yv5t9k

In other idiopathic chronic pain conditions, sensory testing and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have identified the occurrence of generalized increased pain sensitivity, hyperalgesia, and altered brain processing, suggesting central augmentation of pain processing in such conditions.

http://www.med.umich.edu/opm/newspage/2002/Clauw%20paper.pdf

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evidence of

augmented Pain Processing in Fibromyalgia

http://www.med.umich.edu/opm/newspage/2002/
fibromyalgia.htm

fMRI scans give first objective measure of mysterious ailment, provide road map for future study

http://www.steungroep.nl/archief/onderzoek/
delangeetal2005.txt

In conclusion, we found substantial and consistent reductions in GM volume in two independent cohorts of CFS patients. This GM reduction was associated to the decline in physical activity in the CFS patients. These findings suggest that the central nervous system plays a crucial role in the etiology of CFS. Furthermore, they provide a new objective and quantitative diagnostic marker of this disabling disorder.

http://www.cfids-cab.org/cfs-inform/Brainscans/brainscans.html

The symptoms generally seen with brain damage is listed for comparison with CFS/ FM symptoms, braininjury.symptoms04.txt. Canadian Dr. Hyde: The reason for lack of information on brain damage in ME/CFS is partly due to economical costs,

http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/127/9/1948

Neural correlates of the chronic fatigue syndromeóan fMRI study

http://www.salutemed.it/cfs/bp.htm

In conclusion, our, even preliminary, study is in agreement with previous neurofunctional imaging studies supporting an organic cause for CFS. Because of its cost, PET procedure should not be considered appropriate for the clinical diagnosis of CFS.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed&list_uids=12598734&cmd=
Retrieve&indexed=google

Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of basal ganglia in chronic fatigue syndrome.

http://www.psychosomaticmedicine.org/cgi/content/
abstract/01.psy.0000242770.50979.5fv1

Probing the Working Memory System in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Using the n-Back Task

http://www.mja.com.au/public/issues/
182_04_210205/lau10490_fm.html

Metabolic imaging with fluorine-18-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography (FDG-PET

http://www.washingtonradiology.com/exams/pet.html

PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and CT (Computed Tomography) studies are both standard imaging tools that physicians use to pinpoint disease states in the body. A PET scan demonstrates biological function of the body while the CT scan provides information about the body's anatomy.

http://amenclinics.com/bp/

 

A Brain Spect Atlas" the color atlas contains 115 pages of brain SPECT images. It compares normal to abnormal brain images and looks at functional neuroanatomy, strokes, dementia, brain trauma, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, PMS, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, obsessive compulsive spectrum disorders, violence, alcohol and drug abuse, and before and after treatment studies.

http://www.immunesupport.com/library/showarticle.cfm?ID=7592

As current pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies act differently on the two components of pain, we hypothesize that SPECT could be a valuable and readily available tool to guide individual therapeutic strategy and provide objective follow-up of pain processing recovery under treatment.

http://www.rxpgnews.com/neurosciences/index.shtml

In experiments using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the scientists were able to view what happened in the brains of subjects when they experienced an event made up of multiple contextual details.

http://brain.oupjournals.org/cgi/content
short/awh225v1

Neural correlates of the chronic fatigue syndrome--an MRI study

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/
query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_
uids=11328679&dopt=Abstract

Relationship of brain MRI abnormalities and physical functional status in chronic fatigue syndrome.

http://members.aol.com/rgm1/private/
goldberg.htm

Interview Dr.Goldberg

http://www.leaonline.com/doi/abs/10.1207/
S15324826AN0801_4

Quantitative assessment of cerebral ventricular volumes in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/links/
doi/10.1046%2Fj.1440-1614.2001.00909.x

SPECT scan in somatization disorder patients: an exploratory study of eleven cases

 

 

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Relationship of brain MRI abnormalities and physical functional status in cfs