Thursday, 22 November 2012

Scientists read minds patients with brain dysfunction

Scientists from the University of Western Ontario's claim to distinguish brain signals the patient, who for ten years in a state of vegetation.

Scientists constantly monitor the behavior of the blood vessels of the brain 39-year old Scott Rautlija. Having studied the specific parts of the brain response to some questions posed to healthy people, neurologists were asked the same questions that the patient, at the same time keeping track of blood vessels.

The result, according to scientists, surpassed all expectations, because they are clearly caught the answers yes and no. For example, 39-year old Canadian, who sustained serious head injuries in a car accident, said experts not to feel pain.

Neuroscientists believe that the new method of "dialogue" with such help many patients who have a similar diagnosis to communicate their thoughts and feelings.

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