Brain imaging refers to the usually non-invasive or minimally invasive techniques that enable imaging the structure or function of the brain. Brain imaging techniques take advantage of X-rays, radioactive labelling, magnetic fields induced by the brain’s electric activity, or optical absorption or paramagnetic properties of haemoglobin.
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