Brain imager's more accurate migraine diagnosis:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Israeli company Inta-Medics has developed an imaging device to diagnose migraine and other brain disorders. Until now there has been no simple way to distinguish between different types of migraines. However, the Inta-Medics device registers each part of the brain pulsation separately from arteries, veins and brain tissue. It can therefore pinpoint quickly the problem and provide a more accurate diagnosis. Each analysis takes about three minutes compared with the average of 30-40 minutes using existing devices.
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