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MEG- Magnetoencephalography- could it document brain fog?

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by Dr.Patient, Oct 28, 2015.

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    MEG is more real time than functional MRI. Perhaps it could document brain fog? Also, for patients who can solve a simple calculation, or copy a sentence, though they can do it, and thus could appear normal to disability evaluators, there is intense effort needed to do that, and hopefully, the MEG could document that level of intensity of effort, and provide valuable objective evidence?

    Has anyone had this test done?
     
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