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2006). , 2001). , 1998). The related regions of brain are seen in Figure 5. In MTBI, the metabolic abnormality is relatively small and due to this reason no lesion in brain tissue is observed in P-MRI results and the related GCS is higher than 14. Moreover, as is known from medical literature, these patients generally exhibit prolonged neurological deficits. In this context, P-MRS is considered as the most sensitive probe for detection of minor changes in brain metabolites. Determination of MTBI has a significant role for both 22 Applications of High-Tc Superconductivity Fig.
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