The 12th Invest in ME Research Conference June, 2017, Part 2
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NCNED MRI study

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by John Mac, Aug 19, 2017.

  1. John Mac

    John Mac Senior Member

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    Interesting fMRI study under way at NCNED in Australia

    Facebook page
    https://www.facebook.com/National-C...-and-Emerging-Diseases-NCNED-301252900007181/
     
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    There's a summary of the poster presented to the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Vancouver 2017 conference here:

    https://ww5.aievolution.com/hbm1701/index.cfm?do=abs.pubSearchAbstracts
    Disrupted default mode network dynamics in chronic fatigue syndrome. Submission number 3085.

    So this is just for the resting state.

    brain study.jpg

    To me, it looks like there is an issue with the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC - the blue blob) as its connectivity with other parts of the brain at work in a resting state appears to be lower in people with CFS than in healthy controls.

    However, I'm sceptical of this functional MRI stuff.

    @Woolie
     
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    Whatever that means!
     
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    Their publication was just released, according to their facebook page, but I can’t find the link to it.
     
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