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This is a four-year old girl. The key that I hope to come across with tonight is that when you take a look at NeuroSPECT scans, we are constantly looking at a change that is anatomical, that is abnormal. I will explain to you the difference between these that are called technesium scans; they give us very nice detail, what the brain looks like. You can actually see cuts coming through what’s called the cerebellum here. These are part of the temporal lobes. You come into the frontal lobe area there. These blobs are what we call a xenon scan. They have actually helped us immensely to quantitate the information in such a way that Dr. Mena has a database that is unheard of within the world. This is part of the reason that we have a way to possibly change things.

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