Malmberg and Bley, Part II
Ever envy the benchwarmers?
Dr. Malmberg is one of the former brain trust with Tony Yaksh at UCSD, then to UCSF, now to Elan Pharmaceuticals. We can genuinely say we hope they make a lot of money. They are the real deal.
Scientists like to have positive findings. The brave ones work hard for truth, whatever it turns out to be.
DT MRI can be peformed on a conventional MRI machine. It is used to study white matter tracts.
Maybe we can take a note from the Tour de France cyclists.
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Central and peripheral, somatic and autonomic, thalamic and cortical, sensory and motor. These modalities merge in a confusing pattern in CP.
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