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Decreased connectivity and increased BOLD complexity in the default mode network in individuals with

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    Cheesus Senior Member

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    Decreased connectivity and increased BOLD complexity in the default mode network in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome

    Dr. Zack Y Shan, Mr. Kevin Finegan, Dr. Sandeep Bhuta, Mr. Timothy Ireland, Prof. Donald R Staines, Prof. Sonya M Marshall-Gradisnik, and Dr. Leighton R Barnden. Brain Connectivity. November 2017, ahead of print.https://doi.org/10.1089/brain.2017.0549

     
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    I don't understand much about it, but it seems that our brain does not work properly, which we already know.:lol:

    I wonder if their method would be easy enough (and accessible enough, and not too pricey) to serve for routine diagnostic...
     
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    Wonder if something like nsi189 might be of use here
     

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